I watched the entire first day. There wasn't anything interesting at all. It was Zuckerberg being tossed a bunch of softballs, basically having to explain to old people how Facebook actually works. There were a couple more tech savvy senators like Ted Cruz, who absolutely grilled the Zucc, and Steve Scalise did a pretty informed job too. Others wasted their time trying to create sound bytes for their next election, which was pretty pathetic. They ought to be disqualified outright for not doing their jobs appropriately. Anyways, the highlight of the whole thing is the fact that Zuckerberg was literally sitting on a booster seat. If you're aware, he's been trying to change his image in the public eye the past year or so. It actually looked like he was gearing up for some political run for a while, going to church, going to farms, etc. But he's always careful about how he's portrayed in pictures, trying to appear taller since he's fairly short, 5'6" I think, by standing closer to the camera and tricks like that. He wanted to look tall in all of the pictures, I suppose, but he should have know there'd be a slew of cameras behind and beside him too. The whole thing is a sham anyways. Every app developed for Facebook wants access to all of your data and everyone happily forks it over. Is that right? Probably not, but that's what FB does, it brokers data for advertising. He wasn't under oath and I don't believe some of the things he stated, and I think they'll circle around to bite him in the butt eventually, like the denial that they don't access your microphones to target ads, which seems like a given at this point with countless people reporting it and even showing the results of how it works by talking about some random topic or product around their phone they've never searched on any device, and fairly soon they start getting served ads on it. Anyways, did you guys check it out? Any takeaways or anything that stood out to you?