BRIEF-U.S. lawmakers question Facebook CEO on privacy, antitrust

April 10 (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg testified for nearly two hours on Tuesday in the first session of privacy-focused hearings on Capitol Hill this week. Questioning is scheduled to resume on Tuesday after a break.

* CEO MARK ZUCKERBERG BEGINS GIVING TESTIMONY IN U.S. CONGRESSIONAL HEARING

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS FACEBOOK'S AUDIT OF OUTSIDE APP DEVELOPERS MAY COVER 'TENS OF THOUSANDS OF APPS'

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS 'OVERWHELMING FEEDBACK' OF FACEBOOK USERS IS THAT THEY PREFER ADS RELEVANT TO THEM OVER IRRELEVANT ONES

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS FACEBOOK DID NOT NOTIFY U.S. FTC IN 2015 WHEN IT LEARNED OF CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA DATA HARVESTING

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS 'THERE WILL ALWAYS BE A VERSION OF FACEBOOK THAT IS FREE'

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS IN RESPONSE TO QUESTION THAT HE IS NOT AWARE OF PALANTIR TECHNOLOGIES SCRAPING DATA FROM FACEBOOK

* 17, WILL PROVIDE SENATE MORE INFORMATION

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS HE BELIEVES FACEBOOK EMPLOYEES HAVE BEEN INTERVIEWED BY SPECIAL COUNSEL ROBERT MUELLER'S OFFICE

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS IT 'DOESN'T FEEL LIKE' FACEBOOK HAS A MONOPOLY

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS OF FACEBOOK TERMS OF SERVICE: 'I DON'T THINK THAT THE AVERAGE PERSON LIKELY READS THAT WHOLE DOCUMENT'

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS HE HAS NO SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE THAT CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA DATA IS BEING STORED IN RUSSIA

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS FACEBOOK'S MESSENGER KIDS APP COLLECTS MINIMUM AMOUNT OF INFORMATION, DATA IS NOT SHARED WITH THIRD PARTIES

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS NO ONE FROM FACEBOOK'S APP REVIEW TEAM HAS BEEN FIRED BECAUSE OF CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA SCANDAL

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS HE DOES NOT SEE CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA DATA HARVESTING AS VIOLATION OF FACEBOOK'S AGREEMENT WITH FTC

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS HE DOES NOT AGREE WITH SENATOR RICHARD BLUMENTHAL THAT FACEBOOK WAS 'WILLFULLY BLIND' TO ABUSE

* ZUCKERBERG SAYS HE IS CONCERNED ABOUT POSSIBLE POLITICAL BIAS AT FACEBOOK AND TRIES TO ROOT IT OUT

* U.S. CONGRESSIONAL HEARING ON FACEBOOK BREAKS FOR RECESS, WILL RETURN Further company coverage:

(Reporting By David Ingram)