Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook hearing

The CEO’s privacy is as vulnerable as ours, and the social network faces a regulation battle. His data was sold to a malicious third party as well, he confirmed, in an answer to a question from the Democratic representative Anna Eshoo.

Facebook is refusing to explicitly confirm that this malicious third party is GSR, the company started by the Cambridge University researcher Alexsandr Kogan. But since – as Zuckerberg has also repeatedly said – the investigations into other companies are not yet complete, it is hard to think who else it might be.

Source: Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook hearing | Technology | The Guardian

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