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- Facebook released the prepared testimony that CEO Mark Zuckerberg will share as his opening remarks at the congressional hearing on Wednesday with the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
- The Facebook CEO will testify before both the Senate and Congressional hearings this week, in light of an investigation into Facebook’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal involving the irresponsible use of an estimated 87 million users’ data.
- Zuckerberg’s testimony concludes that Facebook’s community is his top priority, and says that “advertisers and developers will never take priority over that as long as I’m running Facebook.”
The United States Congress released Mark Zuckerberg’s prepared testimony ahead of his congressional hearing with the House Committee on Energy and Commerce that will kick off at 10 a.m. EST on April 11.
The hearing will give congressmen the chance to ask the Facebook CEO directly about Facebook’s involvement in the ongoing scandal in which it was revealed that data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained and used data from an estimated 87 million Facebook profiles to influence voters in the 2016 election.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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