Facebook on Wednesday said it would engage with the Indian government after IT and Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad threatened to summon its CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the alleged harvesting and use of personal data from the social media giant to influence voters in the country. In a brief statement following Prasad's media conference here, a Facebook spokesperson said the firm appreciated the concerns raised by the minister. CEO Mark Zuckerberg also told CNN that it "was committed to stopping interference in the U.S. midterm election in November and elections in India and Brazil."
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