Mark Zuckerberg testifies to US Congress that Facebook doesn't sell data but company certainly profits off it
Mark Zuckerberg insisted once again Tuesday that Facebook doesn't sell your data, calling it a common misconception people have about Facebook. Here's a look at his remarks.
Zuckerberg, making his first formal appearance at a Congressional hearing, will seek to allay widespread fears ignited by the leaking of private data on tens of millions of users to a British firm working on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
The crisis-management playbook is pretty simple: Get ahead of the story, update authorities and the public regularly, assume responsibility and take decisive action. Crisis-management experts say Facebook is 0-for-4.
Facebook cannot assure that social media is good for democracy; says it is working to stop election meddling
The sharing misleading headlines on Facebook has become a global issue, after accusations that Russia tried to influence votes in the US, Britain & France.
Facebook to build a webpage that will allow users to see if they have liked or followed Russian propaganda accounts
The web page, though, would fall short of demands that Facebook individually notify users about Russian propaganda posts.
US president Donald Trump said on Twitter on Sunday that he discussed forming a cyber security unit to guard against election hacking with Russian president Vladimir Putin