Indonesia MPs grill Facebook officials on data breaches
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () JAKARTA (Reuters) - A Facebook official apologised to Indonesian members of parliament on Tuesday during a five-hour grilling at a public hearing on issues ranging from the misuse of personal data to the oversight of content by the social media giant.
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