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Watch both days of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress

He was in the Washington hot seat to explain to lawmakers how Facebook collects and handles its users’ personal information.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testifies At Joint Senate Commerce/Judiciary Hearing Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Update: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg just finished two days of testifying before Congress. Zuckerberg faced Senators and Representatives in marathon five-hour sessions where he was grilled on the company’s data and privacy policies. Watch both days of his testimony below.

Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress this week. Twice.

The 33-year-old Facebook CEO will answer questions from lawmakers in two separate hearings to explain how Facebook collects and handles its users’ personal information. The hearings were called after it was learned that Cambridge Analytica, a data firm with ties to Donald Trump’s campaign, had collected the personal data of tens of millions of users without their permission.

The Congressional testimonies will be Zuckerberg’s first — and a chance for elected officials to grill him under oath about the company’s privacy practices. But you don’t need to be in Washington, D.C., to watch the testimonies (though we will be there, and we’ll be reporting from Washington throughout the week).

Mark Zuckerberg’s House Congressional Testimony

Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Time: 10am ET / 7am PT

How to watch Zuckerberg testify live online:

You can watch Wednesday’s hearing with the House Committee on Energy and Commerce via livestream right here.

Rather watch the hearing on Facebook or Twitter? TicToc by Bloomberg will be hosting the live stream on Twitter. If you’d rather stick with Zuckerberg’s platform you can watch it live on Recode’s Facebook page.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Senate Congressional Testimony

Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Time: 2:15 pm ET / 11:15 am PT

How to watch Zuckerberg testify live online:

You can watch Tuesday’s joint hearing with two Senate committees — the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation — via livestream here.

Or watch the PBS NewsHour’s YouTube stream below:

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.