European Parliament Officials Grill Mark Zuckerberg
He’s not making any friends. A 90-minute session with Facebook’s founder was aimed at easing concerns amid the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but reportedly left lawmakers frustrated and angry. Zuckerberg fielded questions about his social network’s adherence to EU privacy laws and transparency policies, but the session’s structure allowed him to pick and choose questions, leaving some feeling like he’d dodged difficult topics. He promised to answer those queries in writing within a few days, and said Facebook is doubling the number of employees working on security to 20,000.