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Facebook is dealing with problems in Asia, says Zuckerberg

CEO responds to concerns over Myanmar hate speech and India election

TOKYO -- Mark Zuckerberg's five-hour testimony to Congress on Tuesday covered a wide range of topics including regulation, privacy and Russian meddling in U.S. elections. The Facebook chief executive also made some significant remarks on issues in Asia, where its service is widely used but is now facing greater scrutiny from local regulators and civil rights groups over its handling of user data. Here is a synopsis of what he said.

On allegations that Facebook is spreading hate speech in Myanmar

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