Facebook shares closed up 1.2 percent on Wednesday after dips earlier in the day.
"The internet is growing in importance around the world in people's lives and I think that it is inevitable that there will need to be some regulation", Zuckerberg said during testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. "It's wonderful for us seniors to connect with our relatives".
We saw a few visual references yesterday, including a hefty printout of Facebook's user agreement, but House members seem to really like their props.
In March, the government had issued a notices to Facebook and CA seeking to know whether personal data of Indian voters was compromised to influence elections in the country. Ed Markey (D-MA) at Tuesday's Senate hearing.
Mark Zuckerberg made the disclosure during his second day of being questioned in Washington.
Going forward, it's unclear how Zuckerberg's testimony will affect his and Facebook's public image. You want to know what Nordstrom sees so that specific jumpsuit just keeps popping up on your newsfeed?
Representativ. G.K. Butterfield, a member of the congressional Black Caucus, pressed Zuckerberg to explain why none of the five individuals listed as part of the company's leadership team are African-American.
Mark Zuckerberg survived his first clash with Congress.
But what comes next is unclear.
However, Zuckerberg added that lawmakers would have to be "careful" about how to put possible regulations in place. But there was no consensus at all on that point - what exactly should be regulated, or even what the biggest problems are. If elected officials actually care about protecting the people they represent, they'll educate themselves about technology and work with tech experts like Zuckerberg to limit data sharing damage. Several lawmakers touted bills they've introduced. In retrospect, that was clearly a mistake.
"If you think it is hard to pass a bill that affects a lobbyist's favorite client", said Alvaro Bedoya, a former congressional aide who worked on privacy issues for former Senator Al Franken, "try passing a bill that affects all of them".
Using a weak password or leaving yourself logged into yourFacebook account on a random computer are easy ways to give the wrong people access to your account.
Luján then asked Zuckerberg if users could opt-out of having Facebook build these profiles of them.
"We have found no evidence that University researchers are improperly gathering personal data".
Zuckerberg copped to making errors, saying that unfortunately it is impossible for his staff to review and process each content request with 100% accuracy. He assured senators the company would have handled the situation differently today. "We took down the app and we demanded that both the app developer and Cambridge Analytica delete and stop using any data that they had".
Zuckerberg agreed to the hearings as pressure mounted over the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the company's own admission past year that it had been compromised by Russians trying to influence the 2016 election.
In the same Ad settings menu, you can also disable a Facebook feature in which it uses your likes and interests to advertise to your friends and family.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg navigated through the first of two U.S. congressional hearings without making any further promises to support new legislation or change how the social network does business.
Lawmakers also accused the company of violating a Federal Trade Commission order.
He reveals he went through his own dark period when injuries ended his dream of becoming a professional football player. Johnson reminded his followers to voice their struggles and help others through theirs.
But another player, who lived in the apartment, later asked her if she wanted to see some of his basketball memorabilia. Monday's lawsuit says the female student was 18 on April 12, 2015, when she met the players at an East Lansing bar.
And he is hoping to take his second point for Spain this week as they battle back from 2-1 down against Germany. France has now won six consecutive Davis Cup ties, two shy of their all-time record win streak from 2000-2002.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital in central London for planned surgery on his hip, Buckingham Palace has said. The Duke of Edinburgh will undergo the surgery at the King Edward VII Hospital in Marylebone tomorrow.
The president did not acknowledge Pruitt while reporters were present or address the ethical cloud swirling around his EPA chief. Apol said the EPA needed to "take action to appropriately address any violations".
A third person has died after experiencing severe bleeding from synthetic marijuana use in IL , health officials said. The CDC has concurred that the use of synthetic cannabinoids can lead to serious illness or death.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Friday issued a clarification for his remarks on the opposition. Exuding confidence, he said the people will once again show faith in Modi and vote the BJP to power in 2019.
As with seemingly every tweet from the Oval Office, people had issues with what Donald Trump had to say about the fire. Two hundred New York City firefighters and emergency medical services workers responded to the scene around 5:30 p.m.
Following that recent procedure, pathology indicated the presence of a bacterial infection at the site of the original surgery . In Irving's absence, fellow Duke star Jayson Tatum has picked up the slack averaging 13.9 points and 5.1 rebounds per game.
He has been largely blessed with good health, but he has been admitted to hospital with various complaints in recent years. Prince Philip has been in pain for over a month now and has been forced to cancel a number of rare public engagements.
SC governor offers to send troops for border to Texas
According to Homeland Security and the latest U.S. "I don't suppose it's a partisan downside or an id downside", he talked about. Meanwhile, the first members of the National Guard in Texas have already made their way to the U.S-Mexico border .
Saudi Arabia intercepted 'Houthi missile' over Riyadh
Three loud blasts were heard and three clouds of smoke could be seen in the sky above central Riyadh, according to witnesses. The location may have been selected by the kingdom to avoid Houthi missile strikes during Sunday's summit.
The Undertaker Spotted In NOLA Ahead Of WrestleMania
The Undertaker showcased some his favourite moves The Old School, Chokeslam and Tombstone Piledriver to destroy Cena. The Deadman left his trademark trench coat and hat in the ring as the show went off the air in emotional scenes.
China trade war fears shaking up more than just Wall Street
Both sides have been careful to leave time for further negotiations in an effort to prevent the tariffs from taking effect. While US officials said they were prepared to talk the issues through with China, there was no clear path to negotiations.
Feds seize Backpage.com, other sites in enforcement action
Backpage .com provides a place for people to sell items, seek roommates, list upcoming events or advertise jobs openings. In 2016, Backpage's CEO Carl Ferrer was arrested in Houston on pimping charges, states NPR; they were later dismissed.
Jury selection nearing an end in Cosby trial
One juror said the panel was split 10-2 in favor of conviction, while another said the group was more evenly divided. Cosby, once revered as "America's Dad" for his family sitcom " The Cosby Show ", says the encounter was consensual.