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Zuckerberg cardboard cutouts are spamming Washington, DC – CNET

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A hundred cutouts of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stand outside the US Capitol.

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Will the real Mark Zuckerberg please stand up?

Zuckerberg is in Washington, DC  — and so are 100 cardboard clones of the Facebook CEO. 

Hours before Zuckerberg was set to testify to Congress, members of activist network Avaaz set up a hundred cardboard cutouts of him outside the U.S. Capitol. All the fake Zuckerbergs are wearing T-shirts that say “Fix Fakebook,” calling out the “hundreds of millions of fake accounts still spreading disinformation on Facebook,” the group said in a statement

Avaaz said it wants Zuckerberg to ban all bots on Facebook, as well as alert the public anytime users see disinformation on the social network. Facebook didn’t respond to a request for comment. 

Zuckerberg is in DC to testify on Tuesday and Wednesday over Facebook’s involvement in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which the political analytics firms allegedly stole data from 87 million Facebook users. In Zuckerberg’s opening statement for Congress, he discusses what Facebook is doing to prevent data abuse and election interference in the future. 

Cambridge Analytica: Everything you need to know about Facebook’s data mining scandal.

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