Zuckerberg regrets not reading Terms and Conditions before letting Congress members get elected


Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg expressed his regret at not reading the Terms and Conditions of the Congress members that were grilling him before he allowed them to get elected.

“I know I should have read the Terms and Conditions before signing off on them,” said a regretful Zuckerberg.

“I know I shouldn’t be so careless with my power to kill the career of any politician but sometimes I am in a hurry and I just skim that stuff over.”

Zuckerberg, who can effectively make or break any political career, did not realise that the politicians in question had clearly stated that they will thoroughly question anyone that is called before the respective standing committees that they are a part of.

“I like simple politicians. I don’t mind in-app purchases, nothing wrong with that, but I like my privacy to be protected fiercely. Not these ones that constantly bother me and keep finishing my charge.”

“Damn it. I feel so stupid and used,” he said.

“Well, what’s done is done. Lesson learnt. I’m not going to repeat the same mistake the next time I am asked for an update by other politicians. These current ones have to go, of course.”