Zuckerberg to testify before Senate and House, Apple may shake things up
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The Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees announced it will hold a hearing with Mark Zuckerberg on April 10th.
Senator Chuck Grassley said that the hearing will explore approaches to privacy that satisfy consumer expectations while encouraging innovation.
Zuckerberg will also be testifying before the House Energy and Commerce committee on April 11th, to discuss Facebook's use and protection of user data.
Lots of Apple rumors have been popping up lately.
One report says Apple is working on new features for iPhones like curved screens and touchless gesture controls.
Another report says Apple will be building its own processors for its Mac computers as soon as the year 2020.
The switch could allow users to run IOS apps on their computers.
Currently Macs run on Intel chips.
Intel stock price took a hit based on that report.
As expected, Apple declined to comment.
The YouTube team put out a statement saying it will be increasing security at all of its offices worldwide.
The goal is to make the offices more secure long term.
On April 3rd, a person shot three people at YouTube's San Bruno offices before turning the gun on herself.
YouTube says she did not enter the building itself, but entered a courtyard through a parking garage.
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