To catch you up, Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the United States Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees to discuss data privacy and disinformation on Facebook. For many, what was most interesting is that Zuckerberg was taking questions about Facebook from a number of Senators who don’t really know how to use Facebook.
Seth Meyers summed it well by saying, “Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of a bunch of people whose password is definitely password.”
CNN Money rounded up some of the most confusing questions, but of course, Twitter really summed it up nicely.
— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) April 11, 2018
Very likely. Also, did AT&T just own this or the exact opposite?
But, old people hate millennials?
But, even Zuck doesn’t really know how to do this.
This Facebook hearing is literally just a bunch of old people asking #Zuckerberg how to change their privacy settings on Facebook.
— Eli Sherman (@E_Sherman58) April 11, 2018
My dad gave me a Turbo Tax CD the other day.
“Mr. Zuckerberg, a magazine i recently opened came with a floppy disk offering me 30 free hours of something called America On-Line. Is that the same as Facebook?” pic.twitter.com/U7pqpUhEhQ
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) April 10, 2018
Or, “did you delete the app and download it again?”
"Senator, did you try turning it off and on again?" #Zuckerberg
— Shahak Shapira (@ShahakShapira) April 11, 2018
If he revealed that, please tell my mom.
Congressman: *slams fist on table* Where is FarmVille, Mr. Zuckerberg, and why do you so desperately want me to go there?
— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) April 11, 2018