Facebook Tries to Set the Record Straight After Email Dump

'We've never sold anyone's data,' Zuckerberg says

In April, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was questioned for 10 hours by members of the U.S. Congress. Getty Images

Facebook, on the defensive after a trove of company emails was released detailing its approach to sharing data and undercutting competitors, pushed back on the release Wednesday afternoon, claiming “select quotes” from the emails were “cherrypicked” and misleading.

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