Five things we learned from Mark Zuckerberg's European parliament appearance
The format didn’t let MEPs question the Facebook boss too deeply – but there were worries over its monopoly
1. The European Parliament’s chosen format was a terrible way to elicit answers from one of the most powerful people in the world.
’s appearance in front of the European parliament’s was a long-awaited opportunity to press the founder of the world’s biggest social network – which also owns Instagram and WhatsApp – on his company’s global influence and use of personal data following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.Continue reading...