Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg continued his Washington tour on Wednesday, testifying and answering questions about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and other issues from a House of Representatives committee. The hearing, hosted by the Energy and Commerce Committee, wrapped up right around noon Pacific Time. Check back on sfchronicle.com for more coverage of Facebook! 11:58 a.m.: Rep. Greg Walden, the committee chairman, makes a joke about having Zuckerberg stick around for another round of questioning and wraps up by thanking the Facebook CEO. 11:52 a.m.: Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., asks if Zuckerberg could take down illegal drug ads faster if there were a $1 million per post per day penalty. Zuckerberg apologizes if he miscommunicated his urgency about taking down ads and said the company is building tools to do so faster. Rep. Cramer brings up bias and urges Zuckerberg to consider somewhere like Bismark, North Dakota, for an office location. Back to Gallery Mark Zuckerberg faces calls for Facebook regulation in… Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn Reddit Pinterest Comments 22 He says maybe Facebook should look for talent outside of Silicon Valley in other parts of the country. Zuckerberg says most content reviewers are not in the Bay Area but are… Read full this story
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