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Why Mark Zuckerberg didn't want to talk about your data

15 April 2018

Zuckerberg's fortunes were also expected to rise above his current $66 billion worth, after facing the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday.

Facebook and Britain's Information Commissioner's Office is still investigating the Cambridge Analytica brief. At the very least, we should expect some answers as to why Facebook has been able to get away with harvesting data from users that haven't consented, unless Zuckerberg continues to flawless the deflection techniques he's seemingly getting good at. "But I am committed to getting this right, and that includes the basic responsibility of protecting people's information, which we failed to do with Cambridge Analytica", he said.

We have Congressman Ben Luján to thank for a discovery that might come to hang around Zuckerberg as he battles to save his company's image. Some people are downloading their data to see exactly what information Facebook has collected about them.

"This information was generally information that people share publicly on their profile pages, like their name and profile picture and the list of pages that they follow".

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But in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and this week's hearings, lawmakers and the public are growing more concerned about Facebook's data collection practices.

And Mark Zuckerberg added: "A number of people suggest that we should offer a version where people cannot have ads if they pay a monthly subscription, and certainly we consider ideas like that". "We're working on doing that as quickly as possible". It was then people took note of the face Facebook was using their camera and microphone.

"But it's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used as harm as well. It was my mistake, and I'm sorry", Zuckerberg said in his written testimony released by the US Congress.

When Blackburn asked him if Facebook was manipulating algorithms to prioritize or censor speech, Zuckerberg answered that there are types of speech - like terrorism - that Facebook is "very proud" to have removed from its site.

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So Zuckerberg, who owns more than 401.4 million shares in Facebook, got almost $3 billion richer in the past few days. The company brings in $40 billion in advertising revenue annually because it offers brands data that gives them an unparalleled ability to target consumers.

"I don't think we should have to choose between tapping into what is arguably the most powerful communications medium ever invented and having some basic sense of integrity for our data our privacy and our ability to make decisions without being manipulated", she said. Facebook is neither a media or a financial institution, he said.

In a series of questions on how people can remove data from Facebook, Zuckerberg said the company does "collect data on people who are not signed up for Facebook, for security purposes".

Investors in other social media stocks are enjoying a bump too. We do pay to help produce content. I don't want anyone to be unhappy with our services or what we do as a company.

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Why Mark Zuckerberg didn't want to talk about your data