Tech Thursday: 6 things you need to know about the Facebook hearing

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That statement leaves open the possibility that Facebook will someday offer a paid version - perhaps one without ads and the ensuing data scandal that has Zuckerberg testifying in front of lawmakers right now.

Whether Facebook employees worked alongside Cambridge Analytica when they embedded with the Trump campaign in 2016.

In a discussion on algorithmic tools that flag inappropriate content, Zuckerberg noted the difficulty of monitoring hate speech in non-English languages, a conundrum that has impacted the Indian social media landscape.

But if you haven't seen anything on your newsfeed yet, you might not be in the clear. For example, why does Facebook need to track people who don't use the service?

"That goes for fake news, for interference in elections and we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility and that was a big mistake and it was my mistake and I'm sorry", the Facebook CEO said. Zuckerberg told Rep. Joe Barton that a Facebook team "made an enforcement error" in that case. However, a friend of yours did log in. No, this is a different profile from what your friends see on your Facebook page.

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"In addition, if you choose to use Facebook from your mobile phone, keep in mind that you'll be responsible for any fees associated with internet usage and/or text messaging as determined by your mobile carrier". "They may also have shared your hometown".

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrapped up two days of testimony before joint committees in the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Either way, Milanesi writes that lower engagement is actually the real risk for Facebook, not necessarily people deleting their accounts. There, he is expected to "focus on the various technical investigations and inquiries", a news release from the company said.

On Tuesday Facebook began notifying more than 87 million people around the world, including one million Britons, that their private information may have been given to Cambridge Analytica by an app developer from Cambridge University.

Sanda said the incident was not a "hack" or "data breach".

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Tayler stepped into the position after Cambridge Analytica suspended CEO Alexander Nix on March 20.

His spokesman, Charles Mabbett, called it "semantics" to argue whether or not to call it a data breach.

Zuckerberg denies the site's censorship is politically motivated, but he won't explain why more conservative news outlets are seeing huge drops in Facebook readership than their liberal competitors.

In his opening remarks at US Congress, he said: "Facebook is an idealistic and optimistic company".

Facebook can never be a monopoly in Zuckerberg's eyes, because its competition is every other form of human activity. Even former United States president Barack Obama's campaign made one that accessed the friend lists of those who used it.

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Michigan Democrat, Debbie Dingell asked how many "like" buttons are there in non-Facebook pages?Zuckerberg responded: I don't know the answer to that.Dingell continues, How many "share" buttons are there in non-Facebook pages?

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