Publicado: Sol, Abril 15, 2018
Ciencia | Por Aurelio Ontiveros

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Made $3 Billion During Hearings

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Made $3 Billion During Hearings

"Facebook can engineer your consent to all kinds of data practices though obfuscated buttons, vague, abstract language, and a ceaseless stream of nudges, reminders, and efficiencies to get you to share". But he warned that lawmakers should be careful in what they propose.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a grilling on Capitol Hill over the data privacy scandal.

"The GDPR requires us to do a few more things and we are going to extend that to the world", he said.

Earlier in the day, Zuckerberg said he believes it is "inevitable" that there will be regulation of his industry. "We can not control or stop the Facebooks or the Googles or such agents walking into this country", Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) director Tulika Pandey said at an event here.

According to Zuckerberg, the company has 200 people working on efforts to combat the promotion of "extremist" content. It moved even higher when he started addressing the questions from lawmakers and finished the day with a 4.5 percent gain.

In his opening remarks at US Congress, he said: "Facebook is an idealistic and optimistic company".

But clearly, their technical expertise leaves much to be desired, that we can't take their digital literacy for granted (that's why they have advisors who, one would hope, know a bit more).

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized several times for Facebook failures as he underwent some five hours of questioning by the Senate.

"It's not enough to just connect people".

Yes, it's true that Zuckberg has said, as he did in a CNN interview last month, that he's "actually. not sure we shouldn't be regulated". While there was plenty to say about his actual testimony, many people couldn't seem to get past the tech mogul's courtroom look (or his use of a booster seat) while testifying.

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Business development director Vesselin Popov insisted it was opt-in only and was in line with Facebook's policies at the time, so was not at all like the app developed for Cambridge Analytica by Dr Kogan.

Kogan denied handing over the information to Cambridge Analytica for use on any of its campaigns. Also read: Facebook data scandal: Where would you rather have your private data stored?

Cambridge Analytica has disputed that figure.

As for the federal Russian Federation probe that has occupied much of Washington's attention for months, he said he had not been interviewed by special counsel Mueller's team, but "I know we're working with them".

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica face multiple lawsuits over alleged misuse of personal information with at least five law firms in the United Kingdom and USA investigating claims for compensation.

"This is not an ordinary company, not a company of a sort we've seen before", said University of Colorado media studies professor Nathan Schneider.

Asked if his employees had been interviewed, he again responded yes but added: "I have not", CNN reported. Graham put it this way: If a person is unhappy driving a Ford ... he can go out and buy a Chevy instead. "Where's your accountability?" Representative David McKinley, a West Virginia Republican, asked Zuckerberg after demonstrating that there were still posts on Facebook illegally offering opiate drugs.

Zuckerberg will take questions from the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

"I don't want anyone at our company to make any decisions based on the political ideology of the content".

"People don't want to quit Facebook", Sylvie said. But it's also a spooky reminder of how much Facebook must know about you and what you do in your daily life.

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