Mark Zuckerberg agrees to appear in front of EU parliament to answer questions about Facebook's use of data
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 () After refusing to answer questions in the UK, Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to face questions in front of the EU Parliament. The grilling comes in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal. The Facebook CEO could answer questions about the social network's use of data very soon, with the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, saying that "hopefully" it could happen next week. See also: Facebook's new Clear History privacy tool will let you stop third-party tracking and delete collected info There's still no 'dislike' option, but Facebook is testing upvote and downvote buttons with many users Facebook… [Continue Reading]
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