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In Comments To Congress, Zuckerberg Will Embrace A Broader Responsibility For Content

"Across the board, we have a responsibility to not just build tools, but to make sure those tools are used for good," the founder and CEO of Facebook will say in his prepared remarks to the House.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his assistant, Andrea Besmehn, arrive on Capitol Hill on Monday. Zuckerberg has accepted the blame for security lapses at the world's largest social network as he girds for appearances this week before angry lawmakers. Source: Jim Watson

When Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg appears before Congress this week, he's kicking things off by with an apology — an expansive one.

Facebook didn't do enough to prevent its platform from being used to do harm, and that goes for "fake news, foreign interference in elections, and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy," Zuckerberg says. "We didn't take a broad

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