This is what Facebook is doing in India after sparking outrage
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ,yesterday, admitted to making "mistakes" and said he was "happy" to answer questions about the scandal before the US Congress even as India launched an offensive against the company over the scandal. "...We've seen abuse of our platform and the misuse of people's data, and we know we need to do more. We have a responsibility to everyone who uses Facebook to make sure their privacy is protected," Facebook said in a blogpost. It vowed to set a "higher standard for how developers build on Facebook, what people should expect from them, and, most importantly, from us".
Facebook, which has over two billion users globally, including over 200 million from India, has been in the eye of the storm over harvesting of data of millions of users by Cambridge Analytica. Image source: Reuters