Here's what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wanted 44 senators to know about the scandal in which Cambridge Analytica used the massive social platform to access 87 million users: He made mistakes. Facebook's mission is to "help people connect". And no, he's not resigning.
"I made mistakes. Big challenge but we've solved problems before," read Zuckerberg's notes, which he left sitting on his desk during a break in testimony to the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees. "Going to solve this one."
"Your user agreement sucks," Republican Senator John Kennedy, from Louisiana, told Zuckerberg in hour four of the hearing.
Zuckerberg repeatedly said unsatisfied Facebook members can adjust their privacy settings - or delete their accounts.