The compensation costs include the security provided at Zuckerberg's home and during travel and the expense incurred from his private air travel.
Problems like the one at Facebook are far from new, according to Seth Hardy, director of security research at Appthority, a mobile security firm based in San Francisco.
"I was 10 minutes in, and I was probably 10 percent of the way through the process of figuring out how to manage my data", Clinton said. Facebook had also launched a "Data Abuse Bounty" programme to reward people who report any misuse of data by app developers.
Facebook also committed to making it easier for users to access the data shared with the platform by downloading a secure copy and moving it to another service.
Privacy concerns have swamped Facebook since it acknowledged last month that information about millions of users wrongly ended up in the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, a firm that has counted U.S. President Donald Trump's 2016 electoral campaign among its clients.
"There's just so much stuff out there now", she said.
The first regulatory challenge to Facebook's practices for non-users may come next month when a new European Union law, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), takes effect and requires notice and consent prior to data collection.
"As Facebook has grown into a global colossus that connects about a third of the globe, Zuckerberg has subsequently assumed a reputation as an aloof megalomaniac deeply out of touch with the people who use his product", he wrote for Vanity Fair in January.
Let's begin by exposing the economic roots of the problem: Facebook is a publicly traded company that makes money predicated on a simple proposition: it's free.
The for-profit social media giant Facebook harvests vast amounts of data from each of its 2 billion users across the globe.
Our group is a non-political, issue-centric group https://www.facebook.com/groups/VocRehab/ a group of 26,000 members - these are disabled Americans and Veterans seeking benefits who also are ADA qualified. There was one ad category they had, which was a person who likes to pretend to text in awkward situations. Facebook right now operates as take or leave it. Users of Facebook give the company broad permission to collect whatever information the operators of Facebook want for whatever reason.
THE Cambridge Analytica scandal and its resultant "revelations" have left a bad taste in the mouths of most Facebook users across the world.
Another option may be to cut back on some of the features that Facebook is providing. And, I would guess that for all the perceived slowness and outright denials he has been assiduously trying to manage all the flack around Facebook.
The information is believed to have been used to help Donald Trump's 2016 campaign for USA president. We should reflect upon the many viruses created just to harm Microsoft and other software; operating systems are always being hijacked by those whose only objective remains destruction and exploitation.
To Zuckerberg's credit, several times during his testimony he expressed an openness to government regulation and sees that regulation has a place in capitalism.
The wholesale, planet-wide exploitation of personal data has dark implications, Tufekci said: "We could enter into a phase of "surveillance authoritarianism, ' where we don't face (George Orwell's) '1984" model, where there's open totalitarianism, where we're dragged off in the middle of the night".
We ask that Facebook fix the error and comport to ADA standards related to website functional standards. Zuckerberg answered with "Senator, there has not".
Facebook is looking to know basically as much as possible about its users.