Zuckerberg rebuffs at the request of the British Parliament


Zuckerberg rebuffs at the request of the British Parliament

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Facebook CEO Marc Zuckerberg denied a request to the International Parliamentary Committee when he focused on questions about fake information.

After the rebellion U.K. The head of the parliamentary media committee, Collins, joined the Canadian colleague with Zuckerberg's pressure as he did before the US Congress. Facebook did not satisfy the so called Before the meeting of the International Grand Committee Committee on Nov. 27, it was not possible for Zuckerberg to be in every parliament.

Collins says the pressure is suspended in Australia, Argentina and Ireland.

He said, "Five parliamentarians now call on you to make 170 million users in those countries they represent."


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