Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces a second day of grilling before Congress. Zuckerberg has already spent five hours fielding questions about how his company handles users' personal data.
Seven executives at the classified advertising site Backpage.com have been indicted on 93 counts, including promoting prostitution and money laundering.
As Mark Zuckerberg heads to Congress, here are five questions that could shed light on privacy practices and the degree to which Facebook is sorry about playing fast and loose with user data.
Lost amid a flurry of Facebook announcements about privacy settings and data access is a much more fundamental question: Is Facebook really changing its relationship with users, or just tinkering?
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