Following the thousands of complaints about Facebook's misappropriation of user information, CEOMark Zuckerbergtestified on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to answer questions from higher government authorities. On the question, Zuckerberg did not accept the accusations and instead of saying yes he explained the reason behind it.
After the hearings, the committees with keep the hearing record open for a period of time for members to submit additional questions in writing. Others asked the CEO about Facebook's restriction of a page belonging to pro-Trump vloggers "Diamond and Silk".
Mark Zuckerberg's manner has always reminded me of someone, but I could never quite grasp hold of it.
Business development director Vesselin Popov insisted it was opt-in only and was in line with Facebook's policies at the time, so was not at all like the app developed for Cambridge Analytica by Dr Kogan.
And last week the European Union had said that its justice commissioner, Vera Jourova, would hold phone talks with Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg to discuss what the company is doing to address the breach, which may have affected 87 million people around the world.
See for yourself. Head over to Archive.IS to view the Facebook page called "I don't have a Facebook account and would like to request all personal data stored by Facebook".
How effective is Facebook's "Bug Bounty program", in combating harmful transfer of data, in addition to identifying unauthorized access to data.
Senator Klobuchar said. "Consumers have the right to know if their personal information is being sold and they have the right to easily see what data has already been sold or distributed".
Haley: No One is Buying Russia's Lies and Cover-Ups
Russian Federation sent chemical defense specialists to Douma, finding no evidence that chemical weapons had been used. The Kremlin on Friday threatened to shoot down any missiles the USA may launch at Syria in response to the attack.
Zuckerberg says he doesn't think Facebook has a monopoly. "This should be the real concern for Facebook, as unengaged users will prove less valuable to brands who are paying for Facebook's services", she wrote.
Zuckerberg was unable to answer Dingell, the MI congresswoman, when she asked how frequently Facebook used computer code embedded in websites to gather dossiers on virtually everyone online. Facebook has since been under pressure to increase transparency around the treatment of users' data.
"What guarantees can you give us that kids' data isn't being shared?" the senator asked. You'll need a Facebook account to move forward - and you can download all the data you've racked up since you signed up on Facebook - that's it.
According to the Techpinions survey, 17% of respondents indicated that they had deleted Facebook from their mobile devices, while 11% said they had removed it from their other devices. Zuckerberg believes the non-user data is stored simply for security purposes.
Looking at Facebook's performance, it managed to scoop a whopping 4.5% increase after the two-day hearing.
Ryan's GOP swept away by a Trumpian revolution
He replaced Eric Cantor as majority leader in 2014 after the Virginian unexpectedly lost a primary for his House seat and quit. House Speaker Paul Ryan's announcement that he won't seek another term has made his wife happy and a little tearful.
Tornado Watch In Effect For Eastern Oklahoma
Large hail, thunderstorm winds of 60 miles per hour or higher along with isolated tornadoes are all possible. On June 14 a year ago there was an outbreak of 10 tornadoes between five counties, including Shawano County.
The Division update offers 4K with Xbox One X, and more
Ubisoft has announced that update 1.8.1 is now available for Tom Clancy's The Division on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Details about those events as well as the various bug fixes and game improvements can be found at this link .
Volkswagen names Herbert Diess as new CEO
In addition to his job, he will directly oversee vehicle information technology as well as group development and research. The automaker's board member for procurement Francisco Javier Garcia Sanz will quit his post, the sources further added.