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Speaking in front of EU lawmakers today Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg
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European Union lawmakers grilled Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, peppering him with complex questions on topics ranging from election interference to antitrust. Beginning last year, Zuckerberg has repeatedly told investors that the costs of operating the social network with more than 2 billion users will continue to rise, as the company invests in technology and people to reign in some of the issues brought to the public’s attention by the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal.
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European Parliament officials were afraid Mark Zuckerberg would have “rotten fruit” lobbed at him by irate MEPs if he was forced to attend an open hearing over the social media giant’s latest privacy scandal. In the end, the live-streamed meeting with a dozen MEPs in Brussels on Tuesday night failed to land any blows on the Facebook founder. A time-pressed 90-minute session left MEPs frustrated and the European Parliament’s president scrambling.