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Mark Zuckerberg Apologize To Congress Over Facebook Data Breach

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Facebook boss, Mark Zuckerberg has apologized to the United States top legislative body, The Congress, on Tuesday afternoon, for the leak of personal data belonging to millions of users as he honoured Congress’s special invitation over the viral Data breach story.
In his first-ever appearance before Congress, the Facebook founder aimed to still the storm over privacy and security lapses at the social network that have angered lawmakers and Facebook’s two billion users.
Swapping his customary tee-shirt for a business suit and tie, Zuckerberg faced tough questions over how a US-British political research firm, Cambridge Analytica, plundered detailed personal data on 87 million users to be used in the 2016 US presidential election.
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