The companies' visit to Washington this week reflected shifting political fortunes for the USA technology industry, which after decades of enjoying relatively little regulatory scrutiny has found itself on the defensive in recent months on a wide array of policy issues.
"Candidly, your first presentations were less than sufficient and showed in my mind a lack of resources a lack of commitment and a lack of genuine effort", he continued.
Mr King criticised Mr Zuckerberg and his counterparts at Twitter and Google after the companies sent their top lawyers to answer questions. Another, for a page called "Blacktivist", appeared with the description, "Say it loud: I'm black and proud!" Dianne Feinstein. "What we're talking about is a cataclysmic change".
In case you need another sign that investors aren't too anxious about Facebook's Russian Federation problem: The company's stock closed at an all-time high on Wednesday at $182.66 per share. Mark Warner as Congress held a second day of hearings on the issue. "Then they are manipulated by foreign actors and foreign agents".
Facebook's General Counsel Colin Stretch, left, and Twitter's Acting General Counsel Sean Edgett, enter a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian election activity and technology, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. We're serious about preventing abuse on our platforms. Each general counsel also struggled to name an executive at their company who is specifically tasked with overseeing the threat.
COO Sheryl Sandberg said Facebook will stand by its policy of allowing issue-related ads to be served because of its support for free speech, but she said the company wants to elevate the quality of discourse on the platform. "They are much more widespread than one election", Rubio said.
"This is another example of how people are lured in", said Sen. In preparation for hearings this week, Facebook disclosed that content generated by a Russian group, the Internet Research Agency, potentially reached as many as 126 million users. It is not clear how numerous 150 million people who were served that content actually saw it.
Total revenue increased 47.3 percent to $10.33 billion beating analysts estimate of $9.84 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.
Members of both the Senate and House committees also used their time to highlight specific Russian-backed content and the influence it had on American voters. "And even without legistialstion, we're already moving forward on our own to bring advertising on Facebook to an even higher standard of transparency than ads on TV or other media". Experts have said that the Russians' goals included promoting discord in the USA and inciting violence.
Binder said states with consistently good hospital grades show a state-wide, collaborative commitment to patient safety. Of the 44 hospitals graded in Maryland, just one (2.3%), Howard County General Hospital in Columbia, earned an "A".
As the storm system continues tracking north tonight, look for the coverage of rain to fill back in across the entire area. Also, if traveling, be sure to slow down to avoid hydroplaning and be mindful of slick roads due to fallen leaves.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has backed Claude Puel to make an impact in his new role as boss of Leicester City . David Unsworth's side have now conceded first in 11 out of their previous 13 games in all competitions.
In a joint statement, the companies said that they were "deeply troubled" by the news concerning the 58-year-old actor. Spacey has apologized for the incident which he said he doesn't recall but would have stemmed from "drunken behavior".
King said, "Like everyone else in Washington, I'll be watching tomorrow to see what comes out of the Mueller investigation". He took over the probe after Trump in May fired FBI Director James Comey , who started it in July 2016.
Ingram's score capped an 80-yard drive and was set up by a 19-yard reception by Josh Hill to the 1-yard line. From there, Barth hooked a 47-yard field goal to the left, and the Saints led 14-3 at the half.
The birth anniversary of Sardar Patel is being celebrated across the country as "Rashtriya Ekta Diwas" (National Unity Day). Sardar Patel was bestowed with the country's highest civilian award posthumously in 1991, 41 years after his death in 1950.
Insomniac Games included a stinger at E3 that confirmed the appearance of a different Spider-Man entirely: Miles Morales . This trailer shows off more of Peter Parker and his old Parker luck, but it also shows much more of the story.
WWE attempted to re-boot Young by attaching him to WWE Hall of Famer, Darren Young , however, an elbow surgery cost him that run. The last time WWE fans saw Summer Rae was part of Team B.A.D. and Blonde at WrestleMania 32 defeating Team Total Divas.
It's confirmed a few things, including that boring name, and shed some light on the specs of the company's gamer-focused gadget. The teaser image present on the launch invitation suggested that the company would be announcing a gaming-centric phone.
We're told some will even be doubling the number of officers to ensure that everyone has a fun time. Carry flashlights or put reflective tape or stickers on candy bags.
Chilly Halloween with the chance for light showers
"We will see a little more rain returning Wednesday through Friday as a few upper-level disturbances move across Louisiana". After a mostly clear evening, clouds will increase later at night. "Then that's going to quickly fall as the sun sets".
Body parts of 9 people found at apartment
The crime came to light on Monday when two severed heads were found in a cooler box at the entrance of the second-floor apartment. According to Kyodo, the woman's brother who contacted the police on October 24, his sister had been missing since October 21.
Everton interested in Burnley manager Sean Dyche
However, Burnley chairman Garlick is hopeful that Dyche will stay with the club to add to the five years already under his belt. They should be happy with him if they get him and view his appointment with an open mind. "Another five years, hopefully".
NASA's Halloween playlist will 'make your skin crawl'
NASA's Stardust spacecraft was bombarded with dust particles from the comet, and this is what can be heard in the recording. Whatever the case, turning the data into audio makes it sound like screams trying to break through from an ethereal plane.
Tiger Woods Announces Return To Competitive Golf
The announcement comes days after Woods agreed to a plea deal stemming from his May 29 arrest on DUI charges in Florida. In a statement released Monday, Woods said he thanked "fans for their unwavering support" during his injury.