The best jokes on Twitter about Zuck's congressional testimony

The best jokes on Twitter about Zuck's congressional testimony

The CEO emerged largely unscathed after a five-hour session before a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees Tuesday. It will look for misuses of personal information and then alert users if it finds anything suspicious.

While this recent development may have brought forth further doubts regarding Facebook and its user growth and engagement, along with more demand for a GDPR-type of regulation in the U.S., we're still confident that the firm is more likely to endure the short-term impact of the data breach issue and at this point don't expect a significant long-term negative effect on Facebook's platform and operations.

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The senator announced new legislation in a statement that would compel companies to obtain opt-in consent from users to use, share, and sell personal information, as well as notify users of how their data is being used. The senator said that he had heard the conspiracy theory from many people, including his staffers. "So the problem always is that you go on, and unless you affirmatively decide to protect yourself, then they just take everything. All of that", Hoffman said. Facebook also owns a VPN called Onavo - that it encourages users to install and which millions have - which monitors its users' internet traffic. But in Bhatt's opinion, data is even harder to control than oil.

Investors were impressed with his initial performance. "If Uber is seriously considering autonomous, then there won't be drivers to own the vehicles and Uber will have to gain competency around managing a fleet of cars filled with high-end tech". "That's the sign of an individual who is open and honest".

Congress' ignorance might be at least a bit due to the fact that legislators haven't yet done much to regulate the tech industry. The majority of those asking questions weren't necessarily familiar enough with Facebook's technology to suggest any specific regulation to secure user data in advance of the next Cambridge Analytica-style scandal, or to prevent a new infestation of Russian bots.

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He went on to elaborate that Facebook does have access to audio when people record videos on their devices for Facebook, but otherwise it doesn't access your microphone.

Republicans suggested repeatedly that Facebook was biased against conservatives, which Zuckerberg denied.

"When an apology keeps being issued over and over and a transgression keeps being repeated, the apology comes to have less meaning and less impact", said Gabrielle Adams, a professor at the University of Virginia's Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Silicon Valley wants to make sure young companies get the same chance Facebook has had to put their data to use. "Do it three times and it's time for a divorce".

"It's important to acknowledge that privacy isn't about hiding - it's about having and exercising more agency over who sees our personal information", Rebecca Ricks, a Mozilla fellow and technologist, said in a previous email interview with Mic.

SELYUKH: It was a lot less fanfare but a lot more knowledgeable, concise focused questions, a more hostile environment, I would say, for Zuckerberg. Representative Joe Barton, a Texas Republican, pulled out his phone and read a constituent's question about Facebook silencing conservative commentators known as Diamond & Silk. There's no telling how long this one will last, so settle in if you're going to watch.