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Protesters, Russian 'Troll' Watch as Zuckerberg Testifies Before Congress

Zuckerberg is testifying in the Senate on Tuesday and the House on Wednesday

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    A person wearing a blue and green pointy wig, aiming to look like a Russian troll, watched from the back of the room as the Senate kicked off its hearing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The person wore a red and blue Russian flag around his neck.

    Other protesters held up signs that said "Stop Corporate Spying."

    Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley noted that the crowd was not big by the standards of the gargantuan social network platform. But the hearing room was filled, with a line of hundreds of people waited down the hall and into the next office building.

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