Harris presses Zuckerberg on accountability, transparency failures

United States Congress, via Wikimedia CommonsSenator Kamala D. Harris ■ By Chronicle News / Service At a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation today [April 10], U.S. Sen. Kamala D. Harris pressed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on his company’s decision not to notify 87 million Facebook users in December 2015 that their data had been stolen and used by a political firm. The public became aware of the stolen data after a New York Times report on March 17, 2018. Facebook began notifying affected users yesterday [April 9]. Harris began her remarks by highlighting the questions that Zuckerberg had failed to answer

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