The Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been going through the toughest times of his life. The data breach row had forced him to go on an apology spree.
The Facebook CEO spent more than 5 hours testifying before Congress this week and still didn’t answer the most important question about Facebook.
The Congress members have accused Zuckerberg of the data breach row and said it’s time to revamp the entire technology. He was grilled for hours together with back to back questions and shockingly, Zuckerberg made a shocking revelation during the questioning.
He said that the Cambridge Analytica had shared his own data. This is the first time Zuckerberg confessed it and apologized again. The Congress members who were vexed up with his apologies requested him to stop apologizing and asked him to talk with a changed mindset.
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