WASHINGTON - On the second day of his testimony on Capitol Hill, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a series of questions not just on data security, but on advertising policy and liberal political bias.
The members of the House of Representatives, seemingly better prepared than senators on Tuesday (April 10), peppered Mr Zuckerberg with questions often faster than he could answer them. They also grilled him when he could not answer their questions, pointing out that he is the chief executive of the technology giant after all.
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