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    While many Facebook users’ hearts skipped a beat when the company’s founder was testifying before the US Congress on the Cambridge Analytica case, Twitterians were laughing their heads off, wondering if Zuckerberg was human.

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has testified before Congress over a data breach scandal: the Cambridge Analytica consultancy firm managed to obtain the social network users’ private info, which was used to predict and influence the behavior of US voters in the 2016 elections. Twitter users, however, have taken advantage of such a serious issue which has spurred much uproar on social media, with many calling to delete Facebook accounts as a sign of protest, to poke fun at Zuckerberg, who has, to be fair, repeatedly apologized for failing to protect private data.

    READ MORE: Zuckerberg Testifies Before Congress on Cambridge Analytica Case (VIDEO)

    Apparently, many of the Twitterians had watched the video of the testimony and noticed that Facebook’s mastermind was not feeling quite comfortable while seated…and it seems, they have found a solution to his slight problem:

    Others, at the same time, were struck by his emotions, with many wondering whether he was a cyborg:

    Some even “found” the person who was running Mark ‘Cyborgberg’:

    There were those who mocked him, and drew comparisons with the case of Julian Assange, founder of famous whistleblowing website WikiLeaks:


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