Mark Zuckerberg Testimony: How to Stream It Live and Online

You could probably make a drinking game of how many times he'll say, "I'm sorry."

Mark Zuckerberg gets his second round of grilling on Capitol Hill today, as the Facebook CEO sits down before the House Energy and Commerce Committee to discuss Facebook’s privacy problems, and how the social media behemoth may have influenced the 2016 election.

Monday’s hearing, entitled “Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and the Use and Abuse of Data,” saw what felt like an endless line of senators from the judiciary and commerce committees interrogate Zuckerberg on everything Facebook. Today we may see more questions about how Facebook has [handled hate speechhttps://www.inverse.com/article/43509-mark-zuckerberg-facebook-ai-hate-speech)](, misinformation, and privacy leaks, but we might also see suggestions from lawmakers on ways to regulate Facebook and conversations about legislation moving forward.

You’ll be able to watch Zuckerberg take the hot seat on multiple channels today:

House Energy and Commerce Committee

Tuesday’s hearing will start at 10 a.m. It can be streamed live via the Energy and Commerce Committee’s website.

Livestreams on Youtube

PBS will have a livestream, as will NBC News.

Reuters TV

Reuters will also stream Tuesday’s hearing live on Reuters TV.

C-SPAN

Of course, C-SPAN will also be hosting Zuckerberg’s testimony Tuesday on its website.

Based on Monday’s testimony, we can expect Zuckerberg will be saying, “I’m sorry,” a lot about the Cambridge Analytica scandal. We can also expect some political theater from more bravado-driven politicians intent on haranguing Zuckerberg over Facebook’s inability to inhibit foreign bad actors and fake pages and profiles from spreading misinformation, which many believe contributed to the election of President Donald Trump in 2016.