"[He] will focus on the various technical investigations and inquiries". Ortutay and Hamilton reported from New York.
This exchange mattered because Blunt and others revealed the flaw in Facebook's bargain with users.
But was this payday a reward for Facebook's newfound honesty, or the result of its CEO tactfully treading the televised minefield? It proved to be the latter.
Many noted that the Facebook boss was living through a lot of people's "worst nightmare" live on TV. "That goes for fake news, foreign interference in elections and hate speech, as well as developers and data privacy". Zuckerberg repeatedly told senators that unsatisfied Facebook members can adjust their privacy settings - or delete their accounts. "To the contrary, our goal is to be a platform for all ideas", he said.
Mr Zuckerberg said this was done for security purposes.
Facebook shares were up 1.2 per cent on Wednesday after dips earlier in the day.
"We have a responsibility to make sure what happened with [app developer] Kogan and Cambridge Analytica doesn't happen again", Mr Zuckerberg said.
Facebook will keep failing users' trust as long as its business is based on unrestrained hoovering of as much user data as possible, and crafting ever-more innovative ways for advertisers to harness that information for commercial goals.
More than 80% of US teenagers prefer iPhone to Android, according to a survey by Piper Jaffray The survey also suggests 83% of U.S. teens open Snapchat monthly, while 82% of teens are monthly active Instagram users. Rapaport chastised. "You think iconic nerds like Albert Einstein would have sat there in a f-ing booster seat?"
Mark Zuckerberg made the disclosure during his second day of being questioned in Washington.
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The company released a reference design for a camera shaped like a U.F.O. that can capture 360-degree video.
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Zuckerberg was in front of about half the senate yesterday testifying. "Yes", the social media mogul replied.
When pressed further to name one competing product, he stuck to his argument but still failed to name a direct competitor.
For every question Zuckerberg evaded, there were many that the US senators should have asked, but simply didn't. Is it Facebook? Or is it them?
The company has also announced that its acting chief executive Dr Alexander Tayler is stepping down from the post to resume his previous position as its chief data officer. However, none of the 44 senators thought it important to expose the apparent hypocrisy behind Facebook's new found "honesty" and care for its users and their data.
Facebook creates in-depth profiles of users by following them across different websites. The Facebook CEO knows what his company does, but perhaps he couldn't acknowledge that his companies relies on assembling detailed dossiers on billions of people.
This question was also raised by Twitter user Alp Ozcelik in a series of tweets.