Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answers questions, addresses possibility of regulation
Zuckerberg testified at a joint hearing Tuesday before senators on the Commerce and Judiciary committees.
Facebook's COO also suggested that the site's users would need to pay to stop Facebook from collecting and using their data to sell ads.
The Facebook COO said it is now a question of "what type" of regulation after questions from lawmakers and users about the social networking site's control of user data.
Now, Facebook stock. Lost $40 billion yesterday. After reports that a data mining company collected personal info from up to 50 million users. They used a personality quiz that required users to grant access to their friends and their likes. Now people are wondering if they should delete their
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Patton Oswalt is defending his engagement from online critics who say the comedian is getting married too soon after his wife's death last year.
Sandberg speaks from the heart following her husband's sudden death two years ago.
Sandberg says despite what feels like unending despair, the key is to stop blaming one's self and to learn to live life with gratitude.
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The author appears live on "GMA" to discuss her new book on overcoming grief, "Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy."