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“Me when I realize my actions have a consequence”


“Don't forget to drink the water, humans like water”



“The Social Network 2: This time it’s personal (data)”



“Mark Zuckerberg is now living out every young person's worst nightmare: trying to explain how tech stuff works to the nation's elderly.”














Right to privacy


“I believe it’s important to tell people exactly how the information that they share on Facebook is going to be used.


“That’s why, every single time you go to share something on Facebook, whether it’s a photo in Facebook, or a message, every single time, there’s a control right there about who you’re going to be sharing it with ... and you can change that and control that in line.


“To your broader point about the privacy policy ... long privacy policies are very confusing. And if you make it long and spell out all the detail, then you’re probably going to reduce the percent of people who read it and make it accessible to them.”


His own privacy


Senator Dick Durbin asked if Zuckerberg would be comfortable sharing the name of the hotel he stayed in last night.


“No. I would probably not choose to do that publicly, here” he said. “I think everyone should have control over how their information is used.”


Cambridge Analytica


“Cambridge Analytica wasn’t using our services in 2015, as far as we can tell ... They weren’t an advertiser. They weren’t running pages. So we actually had nothing to ban.”


Later Zuckerberg corrected himself.


“I want to correct one thing that I said earlier in response to a question … [on] why we didn’t ban Cambridge Analytica at the time when we learned about them in 2015.


“[From] what my understanding was ... they were not on the platform, [they] were not an app developer or advertiser. When I went back and met with my team afterwards, they let me know that Cambridge Analytica actually did start as an advertiser later in 2015.


“So we could have in theory banned them then. We made a mistake by not doing so. But I just wanted to make sure that I updated that because I ... I ... I misspoke, or got that wrong earlier.


“When we heard back from Cambridge Analytica that they had told us that they weren’t using the data and deleted it, we considered it a closed case. In retrospect, that was clearly a mistake. We shouldn’t have taken their word for it. We’ve updated our policy to make sure we don’t make that mistake again.”


Storing and selling personal data


“Yes, we store data ... some of that content with people’s permission.”


“There’s a very common misconception that we sell data to advertisers. We do not sell data to advertisers.”


“What we allow is for advertisers to tell us who they want to reach, and then we do the placement … That’s a very fundamental part of how our model works and something that is often misunderstood.”




“My position is not that there should be no regulation.


“I think the real question, as the internet becomes more important in people’s lives, is what is the right regulation, not whether there should be or not.”


Russian interference


“One of my greatest regrets in running the company is that we were slow in identifying the Russian information operations in 2016.


“We have kicked off an investigation … I imagine we’ll find some things.


“There are people in Russia whose job it is to try to exploit our systems and other internet systems and other systems as well.


“This is an ongoing arms race. As long as there are people sitting in Russia whose job is it to try to interfere in elections around the world, this is going to be an ongoing conflict.”


Taking responsibility


“It was my mistake, and I’m sorry.


“I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here.


“It’s clear now that we didn’t do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm. That goes for fake news, foreign interference in elections, and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy.”



Near the start of Wednesday's congressional hearing, New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. asked Zuckerberg why Facebook didn't just automatically set all users' default settings to minimize data collection. That would mean Facebook's users would have to opt in if they wanted to share their personal data, rather than opt out, which is the way it works today.



"That is a complex issue that deserves more than a one word answer," Zuckerberg responded.


Pallone's response, "That's disappointing to me."



California Rep. Anna Eshoo asked Zuckerberg if his own data was swept up in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.




最大的一个特点就是他说了大量的“following up to do”(做些跟进)。

But Zuckerberg frequently gave vague answers and often told members of Congress his team would follow up with them at a later time.




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