He told Congress that the social media network should have done more to prevent itself and its members’ data being misused

– Lawmakers are also expected to press him on a range of issues, including the 2016 election Facebook Inc chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, told Congress on Monday, April 10, that the social media network should have done more to prevent itself and its members’ data being misused and offered a broad apology to lawmakers.

His conciliatory tone precedes two days of Congressional hearings where Zuckerberg is set to answer questions about Facebook user data being improperly appropriated by a political consultancy and the role the network played in the U.S. 2016 election.

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