Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Off-Script, Blast Apple, Google in Anti-Trust Hearing

“In many areas, we lag behind our rivals,” Mark Zuckerberg said at the antitrust hearing

During today’s testimony in front of a congressional opposition panel, Mark Zuckerberg did the off-script bit by bit – at least the script we expected – pointing out how Facebook Inc. outperformed many competitors, including Alphabet Inc, Amazon.com Inc. And Apple Inc.

Zuckerberg is hesitant to use some sharp elbows, pointing out that Amazon is the fastest growing advertising platform and Google is the largest.

“In many areas, we lag behind our rivals,” Zuckerberg said. “The most popular messaging service in the US is iMessage. The fastest growing app is TikTok. The most popular app for video is YouTube. The fastest growing advertising platform is Amazon. The largest advertising platform is Google. And spent on advertising For every dollar. In the US, less than ten cents is spent with us. “

This is why officers are likely to appear at once – it allows them to spread the burden. For example, the antitrust case against Google and Facebook is much stronger than that of Apple.

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