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The lawsuit is one of several seeking to hold companies such as Facebook liable for failing to police online speech.
Casino mogul tops 'Forbes' list, seeing fortune jump by 68% to $37 billion; Facebook chief comes in 2nd, more than doubling fortune.
"I'm encouraged and optimistic about the regulatory framework that will be put in place," Zuckerberg told reporters.
Credit bills, debit usage locations and bank balance details were requested by the social network to "improve and expand services."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,STAV NAMER/MAARIV
Zuckerberg's comments sparked concern among American Jewish organizations and prompted admonition from the German government, which reminded that Holocaust denial is against the law there.
By MICHAEL WILNER
While Facebook would not remove a post denying the Holocaust, Zuckerberg said, it would push that post down the News Feed to make sure it doesn’t go viral.
By BEN SALES/JTA
Zuckerberg said that Facebook is responsible for the content on its platform.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The internet magnate is scheduled to testify at 10 a.m. EDT before the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee, a day after he appeared before a US Senate hearing.
The world's largest social media network is facing growing government scrutiny in Europe and the United States.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is happy to testify before Congress if it's the right thing to do.
Social media giant omitted conservative political stories from the company's "trending" list of topics that it says spiked in popularity, report charges.
Zuckerberg is on a charm offensive in Germany, where the company he co-founded has faced criticism for months from politicians and regulators.
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