Mark Zuckerberg Says ‘I’m sorry’ over Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Facebook into trouble since last year when President Trump won United States Election. Its happened due to leak people interests and privacy by diverting minds by sharing relative advertisements misleading information. Marks admitted that up to 87 million users may have had their data hijacked by British consultancy Cambridge Analytica, Which worked for U.S. President Donald Trump during his 2016 campaign which was big game. Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg apologized to the European Parliament and said the social media giant is taking steps to prevent a repeat of a massive breach of users’ personal data.
Mark Shared: “And that goes for fake news, foreign interference in elections or developers misusing people’s information. We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility,” he said.
“That was a mistake, and I’m sorry for it.”
Source: Geo Tv News
EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into effect, The live-streamed meeting on Tuesday came three days before tough new European Union rules on data protection take effect, which will include by new rules on privacy, copyright, and consumer rights aims to give users more control over how their personal information is stored and used online, with big fines for firms that break the rules.
Mark has shared all mistakes which happened now mark also pledged to keep investing in Europe as he made the latest stop on a tour of contrition over the Cambridge Analytica scandal that began in the U.S. Congress in April. The Silicon Valley giant has told the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, that the personal data of up to 2.7 million Europeans may have been sent inappropriately to Cambridge Analytica, which has since filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. May of Facebook users has left Facebook due to Cambridge Analytica incident.