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Zuckerberg tells EU lawmakers ‘I’m Sorry’ for privacy mistakes

By Bloomberg
23 May 2018   |   4:39 am
Facebook Inc. founder Mark Zuckerberg says he's sorry for the company's privacy missteps during his testimony before European Union lawmakers.

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