This back-and-forth between Graham and Zuckerger was particularly interesting: Graham: “Is there an alternative to Facebook in the private sector? The average American uses eight different apps to communicate with their friends and stay in touch with people.” Graham: “Which is the same service you provide?
” Zuckerberg: “Well we provide a number of different services.” Graham: “Is Twitter the same as what you do?
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But that pales in comparison to the estimated 270 million fake Facebook accounts the company admitted existed in November.As IJR’s Josh Billinson pointed out: Mark Zuckerberg tells Sen.” Zuckerberg: “It overlaps with a portion of what we do.” Graham: “You don’t think you have a monopoly?” Zuckerberg: “It certainly doesn’t feel like that to me.” Zuckerberg explains Facebook’s business model to a confused Sen, Orrin Hatch (R., Ut.): Answering a question by Sen.I finally found the man who has put the biggest smile on my face.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 10, 2018, about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election.
— Nicholas Thompson (@nxthompson) April 10, 2018 Sen. “Isn’t it Facebook’s job to better protect its users and why do you shift the burden to users to flag inappropriate content and make sure it is taken down? Zuckerberg’s response was largely evasive, stating (once again) that Facebook was launched in his Harvard dorm room with limited resources, and admitted it’s difficult handing the “sheer volume of content” on the platform. On social media, there’s a lot of curiosity about the people sitting behind Zuckerberg during today’s hearing. “We consider ourselves to be a platform for all ideas,” Zuckerberg responded.
Chris Coons (D., Del.), who worked with Facebook Tuesday morning to remove a fake profile, confronted Zuckerberg over the point that most of the platform’s billions of users don’t garner the immediate response afforded to a sitting U. According to a Facebook spokesperson: On the left: Joel Kaplan, vice president of global policy On the right: Myriah Jordan, public policy director Both Kaplan and Jordan served in the administration of President George W. Kaplan was the White House deputy chief of staff for policy, while Jordan served as a White House aide. During his testimony to Congress, Zuckerberg dodged a question about whether Facebook tracks the browsing activity of users after they log off from the platform (for the record, they do).
Lawmakers also asked Zuckerberg about the company’s slow response to false stories and Russia’s use of the social media platform to interfere with the 2016 election.
Early in the hearing, senators were mocked on social media for their apparent lack of understanding about Facebook and the underlying issues impacting its users.
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