Mark Zuckerberg responds to report of Facebook records on Amazon servers

"In general, we work with developers to make sure they're respecting people's information and using it in only ways that they want," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
1:03 | 04/04/19

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Transcript for Mark Zuckerberg responds to report of Facebook records on Amazon servers
The issues keep coming even as we're just about to sit down on the get a Bolton from Bloomberg News of who. Right now. It says that. FaceBook user data is still showing them places it shouldn't. Researchers cypress street from Montrose of user information hiding planes had apparently millions of records on the Amazon can't even keep seeing surprises. Like this. Well I I just so so we're still looking into this and you know general we work with developers to make sure that there. Respecting people's information using it and only ways that they want. You know one of the reasons why I started. What I wrote this op Ed or for the weekend around. Areas where I think regulation would be helpful we're would be useful to. Not spell out clearly what the responsibilities that we want companies. And people and governments have. Our I think as we work through a lot of these issues. On the endure a lot of decisions that I just think people don't want. Single private company to be making.

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