The head and founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, in his written address to Congress, apologized for making a mistake without paying enough attention to protecting the personal data of users.
Our big mistake was that we did not assess the level of our responsibility. It was my mistake, and I apologize.
I founded Facebook, I run the company and I’m responsible for what’s happening here.
Tomorrow Zuckerberg will speak at the hearings before congressional committees, which will discuss the abuse of these millions of users of the social network.