WASHINGTON – Mark Zuckerberg survived his first grilling by Congress. The second round is proving more difficult. The Facebook CEO is testifying Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, his second and final …
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is currently engaging in his second Congressional ... Now, Zuckerberg is answering questions from the House Energy and Commerce Committee. C-SPAN will live-stream that hearing as well, starting at …
The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Monday released prepared testimony from Mark Zuckerberg Mark Elliot Zuckerberg Americans want tougher regulations for tech companies: poll Breaching critical systems a simple task for …
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat through five hours of testimony in a joint session with two Senate committees on …
WASHINGTON: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a House oversight panel Wednesday that he believes it is "inevitable" there will be regulation of the social media industry and also disclosed to lawmakers that his own data was …
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg suited up for a second day in the D.C. hot seat, repeating apologies to a U.S. House of Representatives committee for the company’s missteps in letting consulting firm Cambridge Analytica improperly …
Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing in Washington on Wednesday. Credit: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Mark Zuckerberg faced House lawmakers Wednesday during hours of testimony that …
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In prepared remarks released ahead a House hearing, Zuckerberg said the company has notified all users affected in the scandal. Since the remarks are for Wednesday morning, this means everyone who was affected should see a message …
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a Congressional committee on Wednesday ... The heat was, in any event, an effective strategy on the House’s part. Zuckerberg’s testimony revealed more than Tuesday’s meandering conversation. …
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Oh, Mark Zuckerberg, if only the worst thing Facebook did was educate ... That likely comforted White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow, who told reporters on Monday that Zuckerberg should avoid “phony bologna… hoodies …