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Congress wants Google, Apple to testify about data privacy

[2018-07-10 21:41:14]

Uncle Sam has another beef with Silicon Valley. Months after hauling Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Washington for questioning related to the company’s data-sharing practices, Congress has told the heads of Google-parent Alphabet and Apple that they need to provide answers about their privacy practices. Lawmakers want to know just how much access to consumer...

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