Mark Zuckerberg breaks silence after Facebook whistleblower testifies before Congress

Facebook Chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg responded the very first time after Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen described the organization like a culture of secrecy and complacency that put profits over safety in bombshell testimony to lawmakers. Nikole Killion has got the latest.

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