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13 April 2018

"When Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg keep talking about users being in control, sure, that true", Ms Johnston said. Various news outlets, from CNN to The New York Times to BuzzFeed, have published reports highlighting just how much data Facebook has on its users. And it's kind of rich; it takes a whistleblower to uncover this.

"So my position is not that there should be no regulation but I also think that you have to be careful about regulation you put in place".

"The only way we're going to close this trust gap is through legislation that creates and empowers a sufficiently resourced expert oversight agency, with rulemaking authority to protect the digital privacy and ensure that companies protect our users' data". "Right there. Not buried in the settings somewhere but right there", Zuckerberg said.

"Mr Zuckerberg, would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?" he asked. "We don't sell data to anyone".

The stock is still down about 7% this year though, making Facebook the worst performer among big tech stocks. "Not just in the USA mid-terms but around the world, there are important elections - in India, Brazil, Mexico, Pakistan and Hungary - and we want to make sure we do everything we can to protect the integrity of these elections".

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"Yes, congresswoman, we run ads", Zuckerberg said. And certainly in Europe this is happening.

"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". Whether you choose to leave or not you can still get behind that campaign. It's also risky because people don't know how they have been profiled-or whether their profile is biased, wrong, or otherwise unfair.

We might be wise as a nation to look at how Europe is handling privacy issues involving apps and social media companies and how we might rewrite our own laws.

There's no official word from Facebook about whether they will launch a new add-free platform but their website continues to advise users that it won't charge.

"There are certainly other things that we do, too". It doesn't have a credible competitor.

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But Jim Steyer, president of San Francisco-based Common Sense Media, which is part of the alliance of children's advocacy groups that in January asked Facebook to pull the plug on Messenger Kids, has his doubts.

That may change in the future. The time taken varies on how much you have shared and how long you have been a user. "I would appreciate if you do that" said Rep. Duncan. For example, Facebook uses cookies to track you even after you've logged out - will it start handing over everything it's learned?

"Zuckerberg's testimony demonstrated that the company has matured over the last decade, in particular in his acknowledgment that Facebook is responsible for the content shared on its platform", said University of DE communications professor Dannagal Young.

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Would you pay for Facebook?