“This mooted new UK regulator must not give the despots an excuse to claim that they are simply following an example set by Britain, where civil liberties were first entrenched in Magna Carta 800 years ago,” he said. … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg warned by Culture Secretary that Facebook will face legal crackdown over self-harm posts
One hundred cardboard cutouts of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg stand outside the U.S. Capitol. … [Read more...] about Nightmare-Inducing Mark Zuckerberg Cutouts Invade U.S. Capitol
Zuckerberg met with lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Monday. The House Energy and Commerce Committee, which will question Zuckerberg on Wednesday, released his prepared testimony Monday, in which he admits Facebook “didn’t do enough to prevent” tools like Cambridge Analytica “from being used for harm.” … [Read more...] about Read Live Updates On Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate Testimony
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Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) asked whether a user could be on Facebook and not have their data shared. Zuckerberg’s said, “People can sign on and choose to not share things and just follow some friends or some pages and read content if that is what they want to do.” Essentially, you can choose not to have your data shared if you don’t ever post anything on Facebook. (This ignores the fact that Facebook tracks users across the web and collects data on them even if they don’t post anything.) … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg Doesn’t Really Want Facebook To Be Regulated