(The Washington Post)
Politics
Zuckerberg: 'I started Facebook. I run it. And I'm responsible for what happens here'
In his opening statement at the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committee hearing, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that he is ultimately responsible for any mistakes Facebook makes.
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