Mark Zukerberg said it was my fault and I am responsible

Mark Zukerberg said it was my fault and I am responsible: Since the data leak case, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is on target worldwide. As a result, Zuckerberg appeared before the US Senate on Tuesday. He apologized to the Senate while taking responsibility for data leaks. He said, ‘This is my fault and I apologize for it.

Mark Zukerberg said it was my fault and I am responsible
Mark Zukerberg said it was my fault and I am responsible

I started Facebook, I run it and I am responsible for whatever happens here. ‘At the same time, Zuckerberg assured of restoring people’s faith during the general elections next year in India. He said, “Integrity will be fulfilled during the forthcoming elections in India.

He said, “Now it is clear that we cannot stop these tools from being misused. We could not stop the loss of Fake News, Hate Speech (hate speech), foreign interference in elections, and privacy of data. Believing his mistake, he said that it is our responsibility to not only make the tools but also to note that it has the right and the better use.

33-year-old CEO Zuckerberg said, ‘2018 is a significant year for the whole world. In many countries like India, Pakistan, elections are going to be held. We will do our best to make sure that these elections are safe. ‘ He said, “After the US elections in 2016, our priority is to be honest in the elections held in the world.

Zuckerberg said, “We are investigating what and how confidentiality information has been gathered by Cambridge Analyca. Now we know that he has purchased information from millions of people, such as names, profile pictures and the information about the pages being followed by wrongdoing by purchasing an app developer. ‘ Zuckerberg said that the company has taken several steps to protect the personal information of users from outsiders.

Let us know that on Tuesday, a two-day testimony began before the US parliamentary committee of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the data leak case. While reading the written statement, he said, ‘Misuse of the data was my fault and I apologize for that.’ After revelation by Cambridge analytica, Zuckerberg was ready to testify in the American parliament.

Cambridge analytica said that he was involved in Donald Trump’s campaign and he had received personal information from 8.7 million people to influence the election.


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