Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies on data scandal for a 2nd day before Congress

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces a second a day of testimony in front of the House energy and commerce committee amid concerns over privacy on the social media site. It was revealed Facebook shared the information of 87 million users with data giant Cambridge Analytica.

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18 Responses

  1. snooler fadly says:

    Who is that in indosiar?

  2. Lumi says:

    Mark Zuckerberg freaks me out on another level. His behavior is so weird and I've never seen a person that lacks so much facial mimic – seriously man, what the f***.

  3. Sam Adams says:

    I wonder if it's true that Facebook sells users' personal info to advertisers?

  4. Trusted-VPN.com says:

    We are protecting our data by using VPNs to surf the internet a little bit more anonymously.

  5. Devin Currie says:

    Where is closed captioning for this video? Please add it using a professional captionist and not rely on auto-caption by machine to do the work due to many errors. Thanks.

  6. Ken Hew says:

    It is unwinnable for FB, no matter which way you slice it. Regulate, and you're accused of censorship and bias, unregulate, and all hell breaks loose. I think it's time to shutdown FB, you just can't win this one Mark.

  7. Dub Heirs says:

    That tramp stamp at 1:15

  8. CoredusK says:

    @42:13 Shutdown English language module

  9. Jimboskunk1 says:

    here is how to permanently delete facebook: its hidden

    While in facebook. Go to the section next to all your security options called "help center" click on it then in help center type in "How do I permanently delete my account?"- click on that exact link….. ok so now you will reach a link that tells you It may take up to 90 days from the beginning of the deletion process to delete all of the things. look for the blue clickable letters Let Us Know click on these letters. It will then send you to a submission link where you have to write that you want them to perm delete your account….. keep in mind if you try to log in at anytime before the 90day period it may cancel the request….. I can only imagine all the stuff they are doing with your data for 90 days just to delete it…..

  10. Not Sorry Love Lori says:

    Mr. Rush from Illinois is my absolute fav

  11. sean stuart says:

    Republicans are mad because they're bad.

  12. CrabApples Bodaciously Bitter Fruit's says:

    They say conservative victum hood one more time were non off you here for the last 40 years of there nonsence destroying this country there are no markets tjey don't exist the modern conservative is a free-markert libtarderian lunatic
    Still should not censor them just ridicule and shame they way they have done to this boogeyman non existent left liberal caught all phrase for other(hood)

  13. Theo T says:

    im not on facebook, hahahaha, big brother sorry….this guy zuckerburg in my opinion looks and speaks like an alien….what a loser…

  14. Christian Soto says:

    Man that Z U C C S

  15. Jennifer Nguyen says:

    hahah typical chinese letter tramp stamp

  16. dangeranger says:

    all of congress is just upset because they cant remember their passwords

  17. Little Owl says:

    A decade ago this country signed Patriot acts one after another, which have already blowed any privacy away.

  18. xrun4vs says:

    Finally it finished

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