Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony.
13th, April 2018 - Startup Event
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's trip to Congress held massive implications for the future of social media ... and plenty of comedic opportunity.
Facebook’s data breach is taking new shapes every day in the Testify before the Senate and House of representatives. t had been three years since Cambridge Analytica used stolen Facebook data, two years since Zuckerberg dismissed the idea that Facebook had swayed the election and just one year after the company admitted that tens of millions of people had been served fake ads during the 2016 presidential election. The future of Facebook and social media in general could be impacted by Zuckerberg's testimony.
People wanted to answer for some important questions, Congress would decide to create regulations, protecting data and potentially making it more difficult for Facebook to serve targeted ads. Others couldn't help but notice some smaller, sillier moments that might make you smile despite everything.
If you watched Zuckerberg's testimony, you'll no doubt have noticed the Facebook co-founder's tendency to start every sentence with either "Senator" (when addressing questions from the Senate on Tuesday) or "Congressman" or "Congresswoman" (when addressing questions from the House of Representatives on Wednesday). Buzzfeed chopped together the Tuesday footage to make a "Senator" supercut, which will get stuck in your head. So don't say we didn't warn you.
Literally just a supercut of Mark Zuckerberg saying "senator" a lot during his congressional testimony pic.twitter.com/0MrjTxshOl
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) April 10, 2018
Humans drink water
What is there to say about this GIF that the caption doesn't already say? Zuckerberg is known for being stiff or robotic, and it's obvious even in a quick clip like this one.
"don't forget to drink the water, humans like water" pic.twitter.com/RyhWE74Sl4
— RUIN(TM) (@BravingRuin) April 10, 2018
Maybe Myspace Tom is the real success story
Myspace might not have had the long-term success some envisioned in the early days of social media, but it's not all bad for Tom Anderson. At least he didn't have to spend two grinding days in front of Congress, testifying about whether his company should be more heavily regulated moving forward. So, in a way, maybe Myspace Tom is the real success story in all this.
tfw you aren't being grilled by the Senate Judiciary Committee pic.twitter.com/0gbOmDtJq8
— Jeffrey Young (@JeffYoung) April 10, 2018
Facebook data breach.
Is Facebook is really under faulty for the data breach? Because when we open our Facebook account we have all the rights to control the data and information from the public domain. It is simple step to protect out privacy. But without understanding the privacy factor people share all their personal information in public domain and start panic once them hear about the data breach. I agree Facebook is to connect people, but being social element Facebook is just a platform and as a user’s we need to be confidence which information to share and not.
I do not blame Facebook and its Co-founder Zuckerbergs’s on the data breach. If Congress compels Facebook to frame a new policy and business model, users may loss some good features which are very popular in the platform. I hope it gets settled in good sense and we enjoy our privacy by applying human common sense.
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