Senate Releases Facebook Hearing Responses: Willing To Write Own Regulations, Promises Not Spying On Users | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Senate Releases Facebook Hearing Responses: Willing To Write Own Regulations, Promises Not Spying On Users

After responding "let me get back to you on that" over 2,000 times during the marathon hearings at the House and Senate Committees in early April, Senator John Thune has just released the 229 page pdf tome of all the responses.

While there is plenty to shew through, a few things stood out things stood out:

First, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t aware of allegations until March that Cambridge Analytica may not have deleted Facebook user data obtained from Aleksandr Kogan’s app, according to June 8 letter to Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Cmte.

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