Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for the Cambridge Analytica scandal
Thursday, 22 March 2018 Mark Zuckerberg apologized on Wednesday evening for his company’s handling of the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal. “This was a major breach of trust and I’m really sorry this happened,” he said in an interview on CNN. “Our responsibility now is to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”
Zuckerberg’s comments reflected the first time he apologized following an uproar over how Facebook allowed third-party developers to access user data. The CEO and company founder undertook a rare media tour with a handful of outlets, including Verge sister site Recode, to explain the company’s perspective on a scandal that has consumed the company since Friday.
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