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Facebook's Zuckerberg agrees to meet European MEPs

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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BRUSSELS, Belgium (AFP) — Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to meet with European Parliament members to answer questions after a data harvesting scandal, a top official said on Wednesday.

Senior lawmakers have "agreed that Mark Zuckerberg should come clarify issues related to the use of personal data in a meeting with representatives of the European Parliament," the parliament's leader Antonio Tajani said in a statement, adding the meeting could take place "as early as next week".

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