It added $21.3 billion to Facebook's market value and $3 billion to Zuckerberg's personal net worth, Fortune reported. Here's a look at his statements.
Facebook allows a user to do various things like sharing articles, posting pictures and even shopping.
As of January 2018, statistics aggregator Statista reports that Facebook serves roughly 214 million users in the US.
Facebook on Monday said: "Our goals are to understand Facebook's impact on upcoming elections - like Brazil, India, Mexico and the U.S. midterms - and to inform our future product and policy decisions".
He offered apologies to politicians as he made a long-awaited appearance in a United States congressional hearing on the hijacking of personal data on millions of users. Zuckerberg alluded to one on Wednesday: Who owns material shared across a social network to multiple users? The section titled "Was my information shared?" explains whether your or your friends ever logged into the nefarious quiz, though it won't name which friends handed over your data to the app. "Now is that my photo or is it your photo?" he said.
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You'd have to have been in a coma or living on a deserted island to not know that Facebook has been in the news lately.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke in front of the US Senate this week, addressing Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which the personal information of millions of users was accessed and manipulated. "Why should we trust you?" asked Democratic Representative Mike Doyle.
The United States finished fourth in its distrust in Facebook among the 10 countries surveyed January 23 to February 27 by Honest Data - before the Cambridge Analytica stories were published in mid-March.
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In February, a Belgian court ruled that Facebook had violated European privacy law with such tracking because it hadn't obtained consent either to collect or store the data.