Washington sources reported that Facebook is committed to ensure the integrity of elections in countries like India, Pakistan and the US, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said as he was questioned for nearly five hours by senators over the Cambridge Analytica scandal that has shaken the social media giant.
Meanwhile Zuckerberg's first day of testimony came after it was recently revealed that the British marketing firm Cambridge Analytica tied to US President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign improperly collected profile data of up to 87 million Facebook users.
Accordingly the scandal shook confidence in Facebook, leading some people
to go as far as abandoning the social media site altogether a revolt called the
hash tag DeleteFacebook. Furthermore Zuckerberg told lawmakers "These are
some of the biggest issues that the company has faced, and we feel a huge
responsibility to get these right," further adding that "this is one
of his top priorities in 2018. Moreover he said Facebook was taking steps to
ensure integrity of elections in countries like the United States, India,
Brazil, and Pakistan.
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