Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg not affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg were on the verge of giving hours of depositions in response to a lawsuit over Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. However, now any of this sort won’t happen.

A court filing reveals the parties have reached an agreement in principle and requested a stay of 60 days to finalize their written agreement. Without the settlement and stay, they would have been deposed before September 20th, as reported by Reuters.

Zuckerberg will only have to answer questions from Joe Rogan and talk about new VR headsets, rather than going into the matters of what happened to his company around the time of the 2016 election.

Above is the document just for some clarity, although, there have no been any details put out regarding the terms of the agreement. The company has chose to decline any sort of comments through a spokesperson, and as far as the lawyers are concerned, they too have not responded to an inquiry from The Verge.

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