May 16, 2018
Facebook privacy: MEPs to press Zuckerberg
Facebook has confirmed its chief executive will meet leading members of the European Parliament to discuss privacy concerns in Brussels. The date of the meeting with Mark Zuckerberg has yet to be fixed but the president of the European Parliament said he hoped it would be next week. "Although Facebook says Mr Zuckerberg has no plans to travel to the UK, we would also be open to taking his evidence by video link, if that would be the only way to do this during the period of our inquiry," wrote the committee's chair, Damian Collins MP, in response. A spokeswoman for Facebook was unable to say whom else Mr Zuckerberg would meet or where he would travel while in Europe. "I will not attend the meeting with Mr Zuckerberg if it's held behind closed doors," tweeted Guy Verhofstadt.
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