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Parliament leaders want Zuckerberg meeting live-streamed

1 month ago   |   By Politico

A majority of political leaders in the European Parliament Friday agreed to demand that Mark Zuckerberg testify in a meeting that's live-streamed, not behind closed doors.
Those supportive of the move include the Greens, the liberal ALDE group, the Socialists & Democrats, the far-left GUE/NGL group and the far-right Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy, two officials involved in the discussion told POLITICO.
Liberal leader Guy Verhofstadt confirmed the call for a live feed on Twitter .
The request was sent to European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, who earlier this week secured...
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