The Senate Commerce Committee is questioning tech CEOs today from Twitter, Google and Facebook, and the latter had an issue that delayed the hearing for a few minutes:
Senate has to take a 5 minute break because Zuckerberg is having trouble connecting lmao
100 billion + and CEO of one of the largest tech companies on earth and dude is having WiFi problems
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) October 28, 2020
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is unable to connect with a Senate Committee for a hearing regarding Big Tech's censorship.
Zuckerberg built Facebook when he was 19 and now wants us to believe he doesn't know how to work a ZOOM call.
Give me a break. pic.twitter.com/CwbILo4tnb
— Francis Brennan (@FrancisBrennan) October 28, 2020
Well, maybe Zuckerberg wasn’t in any big hurry to field questions from some of the senators.
He can build Facebook but he can’t connect to a video chat… in the age of a pandemic when we have all been doing video chats since March? https://t.co/AQ9xF69qSD
— Lauren Blair Aronson (@laurenblair88) October 28, 2020
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) October 28, 2020
You can’t make this stuff up ??? https://t.co/i1GTmh4c32
— Ron Cates (@RCbeancounter) October 28, 2020
Facebook uses a special line when giving testimony that could be damaging to the brand. pic.twitter.com/VacIeWi4uJ
— Mike Nessen (@Mike_Nessen) October 28, 2020
Tell him to turn it off and turn it back on. https://t.co/Wt4CPjpNoR
— Jennifer Tammaro (@Jennanjack) October 28, 2020