What Worries You Most About Facebook Right Now?

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Mark Zuckerberg couldn't stop mentioning his Harvard dorm room during Facebook testimony

An estimated one in 50 Australian Facebook users are thought to have their data leaked.

As many as 87 million Facebook users may of had their personal data shared with Cambridge Analytica, spurring a chorus of voices calling for more regulation of the tech sector.

Facebook's recent data privacy issues and the recent Cambridge Anlaytica scandal don't seem like they will impact the company's business.

"In principle, I think that that makes sense, and the details matter, and I look forward to having our team work with you on fleshing that out", Zuckerberg said. He had two encounters, one with the Senate and one with the House.

Yesterday Facebook shares dipped, but are still up three percent overall since Zuckerberg began his testimony on Capitol Hill. "I should reasonably expect that that's going to work as it is presented to me".

Lawmakers were at times aggressive Tuesday as they accused Zuckerberg of failing to protect the personal information of millions of Americans from Russians intent on upsetting the US election. "They make nearly all of their money selling advertisements".

The emails appear to contradict the duo's claim on the "Mornings on the Mall" radio show on Wednesday that Facebook had not tried to contact them.

Interestingly, Facebook will still retain some of this data, as the official statement mentions. Zuckerberg told Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) that such an audit could take "many months", and that he expected to find "a handful" of breaches from other firms. He has clients who do advertise digitally and suspects that could be the way his email was moved along to the agencies.

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In response to questions as to why, Zuckerberg stated that its "collects data on people who have not signed up for Facebook for security purposes". Thirty-six percent said they are very concerned about it and another 41% saying they are somewhat concerned.

The archive also has knowledge of not only the advertisements a user has clicked on, but also which advertisers have downloaded the user's info. But part of the problem with online privacy is most people don't know when it matters, she said. "Some of the questions asked of Mark Zuckerberg didn't suggest to me a level of understanding of the nuance of privacy by some of the senators".

During the first day of the hearing on Tuesday, which lasted five hours, Mr Zuckerberg comfortably added 10cm to 1.7m frame by sitting on a thick, black cushion.

So Zuckerberg, who owns more than 401.4 million shares in Facebook, got almost $3 billion richer in the past few days. Facebook's evolving terms of service and privacy policies have allowed the network, and third parties and advertisers on the platform, access to all sorts of information about you.

Through Aleksandr Kogan's "This Is Your Digital Life" app, the Cambridge University researcher was able to collect the data, which was then shared with consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.

The fact that Zuckerberg did not provide lawmakers with a clear answer about the extent of its data collection is notable because much of that information is readily available on Facebook's Help page.

Fraser said if he were a politician, he could ascertain who would be unlikely to vote for him by campaigning door-to-door.

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