5 questions India would like to ask Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg


Mark Zuckerberg should be grinning - Facebook's shares actually rose during his Congress hearing.

He's about two billion pounds richer after yesterday's hearing - with Facebook stock (of which he has loads) rocketing in value.

After resisting previous calls to testify, Zuckerberg agreed to come to Capitol Hill this month after reports surfaced - and the company confirmed - that Cambridge Analytica had gathered Facebook users' data.

But senators showed no sign of doing anything as useful as that, so Zuck's net worth has soared.

"Facebook may decide it needs to police a whole bunch of speech that I think America might be better off not having policed by one company that has a really big and powerful platform", Sasse said. I started Facebook and I run it.

But he didn't explain why and how Cambridge Analytica still managed to misuse the personal data afterwards.

"It's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm", he said.

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"You know there are people in Russian Federation whose job is to exploit our systems... so this is an arms race", he said."They are going to keep getting better at this and we need to invest in keeping on getting better at this too".

CA insists it deleted the data harvested by Professor Aleksandr Kogan's personality quiz app as soon as it was informed it breached Facebook's terms of use.

Zuckerberg told legislators Facebook is in an "arms race" with foreign agents seeking to exploit social media to interfere with elections.

Asked if Facebook executives have been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating Russian interference in the U.S. election: "Our work with the special counsel is confidential". "And when we address these challenges, I know we'll look back and view helping people connect and giving more people a voice as a positive force in the world".

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apologized for a massive data leak and has vowed to do more to protect users. "We'll do everything possible to ensure these elections are safe", said Zuckerberg. "It will take some time to work through all of the changes we need to make, but I'm committed to getting it right".

Did Facebook violate its own policies with respect to the sharing of user data? You know that and I know that.

"We deserve the right to our privacy and our information", Williams said.