During the US Senate hearing, many questions were asked from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. But the most serious charge has been leveled by the MP Josh Jolley.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have been asked many serious questions and serious allegations during the US Senate hearing.
The American MP asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg many such questions, in which Zuckerberg looked uncomfortable.
US lawmaker and lawyer Josh Hawley also directly made many serious allegations on Facebook and asked the company to reply in writing.
Member of Parliament John Hawley asked Mark Zuckerberg if he knew about the Sentra program that Facebook created to track users. In response to this, Mark Zuckerberg has said that he has no information about this.
According to Josh Hawley, a former Facebook employee recently contacted him and claimed that Facebook uses a program called Task that works on projects such as censorship.
Josh Halley, showing Demonstration Chart on cardboard, asked Mark Zuckerberg if he missed anything by looking at it.
In fact, Hawley has alleged that through an internal tool called Facebook Sentra, the company not only tracks Facebook users but also monitors the entire Internet.
Josh Hawley said that through this Sentra tool Facebook tracks different profiles, their website visits, message recipes, and their linked accounts. He also said that Facebook also tracks the behavior-based data of users.
Let me tell you that this question was also raised earlier and there were allegations on Facebook that the company tracks the user’s data from wherever the Facebook button is given. Whether you have a Facebook account or not, if you visit those websites then some data also goes to Facebook.
Josh Holley has tweeted a few. He said, “Under the Mark Zuckerberg pledge, Facebook believes that Facebook has tools that track Internet users without consent.”
Josh Hawley has said that he has been told by a whistleblower from Facebook about Centra, a tool used within Facebook. Through this tool, not only Facebook users, but also users who are not on Facebook are tracked.
Josh Hawley also said that companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google work together for censorship and these companies also come under the TASK program. However, in response, Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook works in many cases with its counterpart.