Here’s what we’ve learned so far from Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony

Here's what we've learned so far from Mark Zuckerberg's testimony https://t.co/BaXyQVVfMD pic.twitter.com/E83iSvpt6k — Bloomberg Politics (@bpolitics) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter Advertisements

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Zuckerberg says he doesn’t know if Facebook employees were involved with Cambridge Analytica during the 2016 presidential campaign, but that they did “help out.” The political data firm has ties to Donald Trump’s campaign.

Zuckerberg says he doesn't know if Facebook employees were involved with Cambridge Analytica during the 2016 presidential campaign, but that they did "help out." The political data firm has ties to Donald Trump's campaign. https://t.co/6gdgmIlvVw pic.twitter.com/az3oWgVgu7 — CNN International (@cnni) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

JUST IN: Zuckerberg says Facebook’s Messenger Kids app collects minimum amount of information, data is not shared with third parties. Follow @Reuters live blog: https://

JUST IN: Zuckerberg says Facebook's Messenger Kids app collects minimum amount of information, data is not shared with third parties. Follow @Reuters live blog: https://t.co/EE4b9AKF76 pic.twitter.com/hWrr5ZGaKF — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Russia has vetoed a US draft resolution at the UN Security Council that would have established an independent investigation into a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria

Russia has vetoed a US draft resolution at the UN Security Council that would have established an independent investigation into a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria https://t.co/52ciEFy0Kr pic.twitter.com/cKC44Ovg8L — CNN International (@cnni) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Mark Zuckerberg: “There is a very common misconception about Facebook that we sell data to advertisers. And we do not sell data to advertisers.” Sen. Cornyn: “You clearly rent it.” Zuckerberg: “We allow advertisers to tell us who they want to reach and we do the placement.”

Mark Zuckerberg: "There is a very common misconception about Facebook that we sell data to advertisers. And we do not sell data to advertisers." Sen. Cornyn: "You clearly rent it."Zuckerberg: "We allow advertisers to tell us who they want to reach and we do the placement." pic.twitter.com/MZwGzDpjqy — CBS News […]

Sen. Durbin: “Would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?” Zuckerberg: “Uh — no.” Durbin: “If you have messaged anybody this week, would you share with us the names of the people you have messaged?”

Sen. Durbin: "Would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?" Zuckerberg: "Uh — no." Durbin: "If you have messaged anybody this week, would you share with us the names of the people you have messaged?" https://t.co/CbFO899XlU pic.twitter.com/OZJrLFObNE — CBS News (@CBSNews) […]

Mark Zuckerberg: “One of my greatest regrets in running the company is that we were slow in identifying the Russian information operations in 2016.”

Mark Zuckerberg: “One of my greatest regrets in running the company is that we were slow in identifying the Russian information operations in 2016.” https://t.co/Il5feaxDRW pic.twitter.com/jXZL7GAxbT — Fox News (@FoxNews) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Zuckerberg: “In 2015…We demanded that both the app developer and Cambridge Analytica delete and stop using any data that they had…In retrospect, it was clearly a mistake to believe them and we should have followed up done a full audit then. That is not a mistake we will make”

Zuckerberg: "In 2015…We demanded that both the app developer and Cambridge Analytica delete and stop using any data that they had…In retrospect, it was clearly a mistake to believe them and we should have followed up done a full audit then. That is not a mistake we will make" pic.twitter.com/KfRPPdkJiK […]

Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA): “Do you believe European regulations should be applied here in the U.S.?” Zuckerberg: “Senator, I think everyone in the world deserves good privacy protection.”

Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA): "Do you believe European regulations should be applied here in the U.S.?"Zuckerberg: "Senator, I think everyone in the world deserves good privacy protection." https://t.co/CbFO899XlU pic.twitter.com/6YNFblbY5Z — CBS News (@CBSNews) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Sen. Hatch: “If [a version of Facebook will always be free], how do you sustain a business model in which users don’t pay for your service?” Mark Zuckerberg: “Senator, we run ads.”

Sen. Hatch: "If [a version of Facebook will always be free], how do you sustain a business model in which users don't pay for your service?"Mark Zuckerberg: "Senator, we run ads." https://t.co/CbFO899XlU pic.twitter.com/bGKWks7zIk — CBS News (@CBSNews) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Mark Zuckerberg says one of his “greatest regrets” is Facebook’s failure to quickly identify Russian “information operations” during 2016 election

Mark Zuckerberg says one of his "greatest regrets" is Facebook's failure to quickly identify Russian "information operations" during 2016 electionhttps://t.co/8y4PPkeC7I pic.twitter.com/tOg9N9KkRk — BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Zuckerberg: “We’re now conducting a full investigation into every single app that had access to a large amount of information…We believe that we’re going to be investigating many apps, tens of thousands of apps.”

Zuckerberg: "We're now conducting a full investigation into every single app that had access to a large amount of information…We believe that we're going to be investigating many apps, tens of thousands of apps." https://t.co/wJqYcrXvsI pic.twitter.com/H2zANvW9zk — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Congress: Allowing data breach, foreign interference “a big mistake.”

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Congress: Allowing data breach, foreign interference "a big mistake." "It was my mistake, and I’m sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here." https://t.co/10s3WIcLUQ pic.twitter.com/suNWzmSiFz — ABC News (@ABC) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

Mark Zuckerberg says it’s clear Facebook “didn’t do enough” to combat “fake news, foreign interference in elections and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy” and personally apologises

Mark Zuckerberg says it's clear Facebook "didn't do enough" to combat "fake news, foreign interference in elections and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy" and personally apologises pic.twitter.com/cxlhJ4Zl7J — Sky News (@SkyNews) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@jonkarl: “Does the president believe he has the power to fire special counsel Robert Mueller? Does he believe that’s within his power?”

.@jonkarl: "Does the president believe he has the power to fire special counsel Robert Mueller? Does he believe that's within his power?"@PressSec: "He certainly believes he has the power to do so." https://t.co/BBycoSDMsK pic.twitter.com/rVOchocz8E — ABC News (@ABC) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@PressSec: @POTUS Trump spoke this morning with #UK Prime Minister @theresa_may. Both leaders condemned Syrian President Assad’s vicious disregard for human life and agreed not to allow the use of chemical weapons to continue. #Syria

.@PressSec: @POTUS Trump spoke this morning with #UK Prime Minister @theresa_may. Both leaders condemned Syrian President Assad’s vicious disregard for human life and agreed not to allow the use of chemical weapons to continue. #Syria pic.twitter.com/u7tfC6VCzZ — Department of State (@StateDept) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@SenBillNelson: “If you and other social media companies do not get your act in order, none of us are going to have any privacy anymore.”

.@SenBillNelson: "If you and other social media companies do not get your act in order, none of us are going to have any privacy anymore." https://t.co/wJqYcrXvsI pic.twitter.com/1wzeQoupeC — FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) April 10, 2018 Source: Twitter

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