Published On: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018

Zuckerberg will also attest before a Senate

Earlier this week, a House Energy and Commerce Committee announced that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is slated to attest on a use and insurance of user information in Washington D.C. on Apr 11. Turns out, Zuckerberg will have a busier week in D.C. than expected, with a Senate Judiciary and Senate Commerce Committees announcing a corner conference with a Facebook boss.

The Senate conference will go down on Apr 10, a day before Zuckerberg appears before a House Committee.

The hearing, convened by Senate Committee on a Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.), is patrician “Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and a Use and Abuse of Data.”

The conference will take place in a U.S. Capitol Visitors Center during 2:15pm ET.

Here’s what Senator Thune had to contend in a prepared statement:

Facebook now plays a vicious purpose in many amicable relationships, informing Americans about stream events, and pitching all from products to domestic candidates. Our corner conference will be a open review with a CEO of this absolute and successful association about his prophesy for addressing problems that have generated poignant regard about Facebook’s purpose in a democracy, bad actors regulating a platform, and user privacy.

Zuckerberg brought adult a probability of vocalization to association in late March, saying: “If it is ever a box that we am a many sensitive chairman during Facebook in a best position to testify, we will happily do that.”

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