Next week Zuckerberg will testify to Congressional committees. What will change apart from some uncomfortable questions? Theresa Locker from Motherboard Germany seeks transparency with Brent Goff on The Day
After being grilled by the US Congress, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a barrage of questions from EU lawmakers over data leaks. The meeting came just days before the EU's new data protection law comes into effect.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a row of questions from the leaders of the European Parliament over the social media giant's privacy polices and a data leak scandal. Read how it unfolded here.
The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has agreed to have his meeting with EU lawmakers to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal livestreamed. Original plans for the meeting to be held privately had met with criticism.
One congresswoman accused the billionaire of trying to "filibuster" the hearing by giving evasive, overlong answers. Zuckerberg admitted that he too had his data compromised by Cambridge Analytica.
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