This is a bad year for Facebook, to say the least. The social media company has suffered from a number of scandals, many of which where started by internal leaks, and according to the BBC, that trend is only going to continue. Late last night, TechCrunch leaked a internal memo from a departing executive, while a leak obtained by the Wall Street Journal revealed that employees are far less optimistic than they used to be. One organization in particular is turning Facebook's own technology against them, targeting Facebook employees with ads that encourage them to leak information or point them towards whistleblower friendly websites. For whatever reason, the BBC "understands" that Facebook isn't blocking these ads or logging views yet. Although Freedom from Facebook has not revealed how it has gone about micro-targeting the workers, there is an option in the company's ad tool to direct a campaign at those who list their employer as Facebook HQ. It says that close to 89,000 people have done so.