By  on June 12, 2018

On the eve of launching a customer feedback tool to monitor bad behavior from Facebook advertisers, the social giant has revealed more about how it keeps tabs on everyone else.

During marathon testimony on Capitol Hill in April, chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg punted on some questions from lawmakers regarding his company’s handling of data and its approach to user privacy. Now Facebook has submitted those answers in a 200-plus page document that follows up on Zuckerberg’s testimony and was recently released by the Senate.

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