WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook confirmed on Thursday that chief executive Mark Zuckerberg was interviewed earlier this week at a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigative hearing as part of the government's antitrust probe into the social media company.
"We are committed to cooperating with the U.S.
Federal Trade Commission's inquiry and answering the questions the agency may have," the social media company said in a statement.
The FTC declined to comment.
Politico reported the interview earlier on Thursday.