Facebook’s Zuckerberg Said to Agree to Testify Before Congress Over Data Privacy

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg Said to Agree to Testify Before Congress Over Data Privacy
The chief executive has agreed to testify in at least one congressional hearing over the social
network’s handling of customer data, according to people familiar with the decision.
Specifically, he plans to appear next month before the House Energy
and Commerce Committee, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the arrangements were not public.
Christopher Wylie told British lawmakers that President Trump’s election made him realize
the wider impact of the techniques used by the data analytics firm he helped found
And in 1998, Bill Gates, who was Microsoft’s chief executive, defended his company against lawmakers’ assertions
that he was building a monopoly — an argument he eventually lost in court.

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