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Mark Zuckerberg speaking at Facebook event.
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More than 50 million Facebook user accounts were hacked last week. It’s the tech company’s largest data breach in history, as data for other companies Facebook owns were also potentially compromised. 

Today on All Sides, what happens when the largest social media company gets hacked, microchip implants, and more.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is appearing on Capitol Hill for a second day of hearings about protecting its users' data. Stream the hearing below, courtesy of PBS Newshour.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying on Capitol Hill to answer questions about protecting user data. Stream the hearing below, courtesy of PBS Newshour.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will face Congress in two separate hearings this week, as his company grapples with intense scrutiny over privacy and security on the social media site. It will be Zuckerberg's first appearance on Capitol Hill.

On Tuesday afternoon, more than 40 senators will crowd into a hearing room, where members of the Senate judiciary and commerce committees will have four minutes each to question Zuckerberg. A similar scene will play out Wednesday, when he is set to appear before members of House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Mark Zuckerberg speaking at Facebook event.
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Mark Zuckerberg published a more than 6,000-word-long manifesto on Thursday outlining the goals he has for Facebook and how he sees the social media platform developing to serve its users in the future.

The manifesto has been critiqued for being vague and long, but it gives an idea of how Zuckerberg sees his company contributing to the spread of globalization and shaping communities across the world. Today we'll discuss Zuckerberg's manifesto, the past and future of WiFi and more.

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