close Video Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before House House members took turns Wednesday grilling Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the social-networking site’s failure to protect the personal information of 87 million users — calling on the billionaire to explain the “alarming reports” about data-security issues and urging him to help fix the industry’s problems. “We are calling you here today … to examine these alarming reports,” said Oregon GOP Rep. Greg Walden, chairman of the House Commerce committee. “While Facebook has certainly grown, I fear it hasn’t matured. We hope you can help us and the American people.” Zuckerberg testified before the committee on his final day on Capitol Hill — after five grueling hours of testimony Tuesday before a joint hearing of the Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees. The 33-year-old tech tycoon came to Washington this week to explain a series of recent problems for the social media behemoth — foremost how political data company Cambridge Analytica, associated with Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, got its hands of the personal information of the 87 million Facebook users. Zuckerberg, who in 2004 cofounded Facebook from his Harvard dorm, began his week by meeting privately Monday with senators and making behind-the scenes… Read full this story
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