Recently, there have been many revelations about Facebook and the way it’s collecting and handling your personal data. I have many concerns and many questions remain unanswered.  On Wednesday, April 11th, Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, is scheduled to testify in front of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. I am privileged to serve on this Committee and look forward to questioning Mr. Zuckerberg. I remain very concerned that Facebook has not been a proper guardian of your personal data and have serious concerns about Facebook's apparent disregard for consumer protections. But I want to hear what you think. What is your greatest concern regarding Facebook and their handling of your information? Please click below to take the poll and share your opinion with me! CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE POLL I also want to know what questions YOU have for Mr. Zuckerberg. As your Representative, I want to take your questions directly to the source and ask Mr. Zuckerberg the questions you and the American people want answers to. I am hopeful that Mr. Zuckerberg comes prepared and is able to answer the many questions of the American people that only he as CEO can provide. I am honored to be your Representative and look forward to getting answers to YOUR questions.  CLICK HERE TO SHARE YOUR QUESTION Feel free to forward this email to your family and friends. I am eager to learn what you think and hear what questions you want to have answered. Sincerely,    Dave Loebsack Iowa's Second District  PS- Don’t forget to take the poll!

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