Cramer previously said he didn’t understand the big dealsurrounding the Facebook controversy  

More than 60 percent of Facebook usersthink their data is unsafe

(BISMARCK, ND) – After answering Mitch McConnell’s call to run for Senate, Kevin Cramer has checked out of his responsibilities as North Dakota’s lone member of the House of Representatives. Today, all eyes are on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is facing questions about his company’s recklessness with consumer data. But Cramer’s eyes were somewhere else.

Instead of standing up for North Dakota consumers, Kevin Cramer was… browsing Facebook. That’s right. During the middle of the hearing, Cramer was caught browsing Facebook on his iPad – because for Cramer updating his Facebook cover photo was more important than protecting privacy and holding big tech CEOs accountable:

 

This isn’t the first time Cramer has been MIA on North Dakota’s privacy. Last week, Cramer said “I don’t even get the big deal”about Facebook’s data breach.