But why do these senators care? They're all Democrats and Facebook founder and professional stalker Mark Zuckerberg is a Republican. And internet partisan civil war is currently all the rage.
Senator Bennet also has three kids of his own, ages 10, 9, and 5, all of whom he wants to educate about consumer privacy, especially considering the youngest is planning to register for Facebook within the month (but don't tell his dad!)
Facebook defended its new policy with a really, really, really, really long note that nobody wanted to read. In facet, Senator Franken said, "I would read but we really have only so much time here." Of course, don't want to take time away from the government, who is doing so much for the country right now as we sit here idly stalking each other while an economic depression rages on, away from our computer screens.
On Wednesday, Schumer's minions will face off against those of Zuckerberg, in an epic battle of government versus stalkerism. And ultimately, stalkerism will win, because everyone knows that Facebook doesn't change back to what it was, regardless of how many people prefer it in its original form.
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