Tom Galvin says 71 percent of people surveyed say their trust in Facebook has dropped in the past year. Some 300,000 users downloaded the app and in turn tens of millions of their friends' data was also accessible. Users, businesses and organizations that have data collected can ask businesses such as Facebook whether or not personal data is being processed, and what the information is being used for.
"How can consumers have control over their data when Facebook does not have control over the data?" asked Frank Pallone, a representative of New Jersey. The GDPR mandates that companies must tell users about breaches that could "result in a risk for the rights and freedoms of individuals" within 72 hours of learning about the issue.
Sen. Shatz then asked if he messaged someone about Black Panther on Whatsapp would he then see adverts about Black Panther on Facebook.
In an earlier discussion with another Congressman, Zuckerberg also said that users can download or delete all the data they've ever posted or that has been created through their own interactions with the Facebook.
Iowa senator Chuck Grassley prodded Zuckerberg about how many users have been affected on the platform.
They're looking for solutions, after Facebook allowed user information to get into the hands of British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. This outrage happened six years ago, in the heat of the Chick-Fil-A marriage controversy, which Huckabee was trying to capitalize on. Zuckerberg confirmed that a paid option is on the table, but suggested that his priority is letting users access Facebook for free.
Attention to the GDPR continues to ramp up, and it makes sense that the regulation was brought up during the two-day grilling Zuckerberg has faced by U.S. lawmakers.
On regulation, Zuckerberg said he was open to it. "Yes, we store data. some of that content with people's permission", Zuckerberg told the committee.
"To a great many Americans, that appears to be a pervasive pattern of political bias", Cruz said.
Dan Lopez, an employee at Wisconsin healthcare company Direct Supply, said the recent headlines around Facebook and privacy won't keep him off the service.
Stoller says there's something unsettling about Facebook's data collection.
"Cambridge Analytica has denied using any data of Indians from Facebook". As a result, a showdown appears inevitable between the policymakers who seek to regulate the processes and the technology creators. "One is offering controls over - that we're doing". Latta asked. Zuckerberg responded, to Latta and others, that Facebook believes it has complied with the decree. He assured senators the company would have handled the situation differently today. New laws may be enacted.
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Ortutay reported from New York.