In an interview on CBS's "Face the Nation," Warner said Zuckerberg has to go beyond the full-page ad he placed in British and USA newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, to apologize for the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
"We have a basic responsibility to protect people's data".
"This was a breach of trust, and I'm sorry we didn't do more at the time", Zuckerberg said, reiterating an apology first made last week in USA television interviews. We're now taking steps to make sure this doesn't happen again.
He repeated that the social media giant had changed the rules on apps so no such data breach could happen again.
Snow forces NASCAR to postpone race at Martinsville Much has been made about the slump for the seven-time champion, who is in a 28-race winless streak dating back to last June. NASCAR officials postponed the completion of the Truck race and the Cup race early today because of snowfall overnight.
Zuckerberg, whose firm has lost more than US$50 billion in market value since the allegations, said Facebook would give users more information and control about who can access their data.
The Senators added: "We appreciate the efforts Facebook and its employees have already made to assist our committee and will work with them to find a suitable date for Mr Zuckerberg to testify in the coming weeks".
This follows allegations by a whistleblower that British consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed users' information to build profiles on American voters that were later used to help elect US President Donald Trump in 2016.
It too has blamed the University of Cambridge researcher Alexsandr Kogan, for any potential breach of data rules. The papers reached include the NYT, the Washington Post and the Observer, a British newspaper published by the Guardian that Facebook allegedly threatened with a lawsuit when its reporters were about to publish a story about Cambridge Analytica.
Meanwhile, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor has revealed that he was benched all through the game due to injury worries. Sergio Aguero is also out for the Albiceleste for the headline friendly clash against the 2010 World Cup winners.
Trump is widely anticipated to approve the bill, to avoid a government shutdown, after the Senate voted 65-32 to pass the budget. A pox on both Houses - and parties". "I've been working all day diligently through the bill and I'm up to page 600".
A man and two young boys have died in a fire at their home in Kingaroy, in Queensland's South Burnett this afternoon, police say. State fire investigators have travelled from Brisbane to the scene to try to determine the cause of the blaze.
They know everything we click and like on their site, and know who our closest friends and relationships are. I promise to do better for you'. "We're now taking steps to make sure this doesn't happen again", he said.
On Thursday, Instagram announced that it would be tweaking its algorithm to make sure that you see newer posts first. Instagram is making an adjustment to its feed that it hopes will quell user criticism of the previous iteration.
League player collapses on court in middle of game
A 6-foot-6 forward from Chicago, he played collegiately at Illinois State for three seasons before transferring to Hofstra. With only 40 seconds remaining, Drive forward Zeke Upshaw appeared to collapse on the court after making a defensive stop.
Asia markets slump as fears of trade war mount
The ministry announced the measures in reaction to tariffs the US had placed on steel and aluminum imports earlier in March. Han has also reiterated his promise which envisages a Chinese market-opening creating new opportunities for foreign firms.
Facebook's widening crisis over user data
Zuckerberg also emphasized steps the company has already taken, including reducing access outside apps had to user data in 2014. The message encouraged me to continue "to celebrate the ways that friends make life great", and I will because they do.