MARK ZUCKERBERG’S COMMENTS during this week’s congressional hearings could cost him.

Over 10 hours of questioning about Facebook’s privacy practices on Tuesday and Wednesday, Zuckerberg fielded numerous questions about one of the few government enforcement actions against his company: a 2011 consent decree with the Federal Trade Commission to settle allegations that Facebook made privacy promises it did not keep, including sharing data with other apps without informing users.

Källa: Why Facebook’s 2011 Promises Haven’t Protected Users