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Live Streaming Zuckerberg testifies to the US Congress – the complete Video

Direct Streaming of the Zuckerberg testimony in front of the American Congress. Here you can watch the live live stream and find out what Zuckerberg answers to the pressing questions on Fake news, given byCambridge Analytica.

Here you can see the full video of Zuckerberg's live streaming that testified before the American congress.

Direct Streaming Zuckerberg, his congressional audition

The testimony of Mark Zuckerberg before the American Congress is a fundamental moment for the history of Facebook, but not only, after the scandal Cambridge Analytica the social, and the whole Web, tries to recover the trust of the users. The US Congress has decided to first release the full text of what Mark Zuckerberg will say in front of members of the Congress, after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, also called Facebook Datagate.

Live streaming Zuckerberg

Live Streaming Zuckerberg testifying before Congress

LiveStreaming: Zuckerberg talks about the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before the US Congress at a joint hearing of the US Senate Judicial and Commercial Committees, followed (tomorrow) by one before the Chamber's Energy and Trade Committee, to answer questions about how the company protects its users, after the recent Cambridge Analytica

Many congressional committees have asked Zuckerberg to testify in light of the news about the use of Facebook data by Cambridge Analytica to influence American voters in the 2016 elections.

Live Streaming: Zuckerberg admits faults

Zuckerberg wanted to emphasize Facebook's ideals in live streaming and admit his faults:

"Facebook an idealistic and optimistic company … But now it is clear that we have not done enough to prevent these tools from being used to do damage. This is true for fake news, foreign interference in elections and hate speech, as well as for developers and data privacy. We did not have a sufficiently broad view of our responsibility and this was a big mistake. It was my mistake and I'm sorry. I opened Facebook, I manage it and I am responsible for what happens here.

So now we have to examine every part of our relationship with people and make sure we have a sufficiently broad view of our responsibility. "