Facebook User Agreement Must Not be in Swahili - U.S. Senator
U.S. Republican Senator John Kennedy has refused to apologise after he was slammed for likening Facebook's user agreement to be written in "Swahili", claiming users were unaware of its full meaning. Kennedy grilled CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a senate hearing where the social media giant leader had to account for criticism of his site's privacy and censorship policies following the Cambridge Analytica data breach.
allAfrica, 12 April 2018
"I am going to suggest to you that you go back home and you rewrite it and tell your U.S.$1,200-an hour lawyers, no disrespect, they're good, but tell them that you want it written… Read more »
- Bloomberg TV Markets and Finance
- Publication Date:
- 10 April 2018
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Left: U.S. Republican Senator John Kennedy. Right: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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