“We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was our mistake. That was my mistake. I’m sorry," Mark Zuckerberg said in opening remarks during his questioning by a U.S. Senate committee over the breach in 87 million Facebook users' data. "It is not enough to just give people a voice. We need to make sure that people are not using it to harm other people or to spread misinformation. And it is not enough to just give people control over their information."
WATCH LIVE: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces grilling from Senate lawmakers as the social media giant is under fire for the data mining scandal that affected 87 million users. https://t.co/CbFO899XlU pic.twitter.com/lvRkWgOSt4— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 10, 2018