Two prominent members of the US House of Representatives have demanded answers about Facebook's latest privacy breach from the company's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg.
In a letter to Zuckerberg, US representatives Ed Markey and Joe Barton posed 18 questions, including a query about the guidelines that Facebook has in place for third-party applications to protect its users from advertent or inadvertent privacy breaches. They also asked the chief exec to identify the officials within Facebook who are responsible for ensuring that third-party applications satisfy Facebook's terms and conditions. The politicians requested a response by 27 October.
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