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Lesson learned by Facebook: We can’t trust that developers won’t sell data

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While testifying before the before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in Washington, D.C., Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discusses one of the lessons his company has learned in dealing with third-party developers and the users’ personal data.