EU politicians dissatisfied with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s parliament meeting

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with European lawmakers in Brussels on Tuesday has been criticized by political representatives for being too short along with providing “no answers.”

Zuckerberg’s appearance within the European Parliament was facilitated by Antonio Tajani, the parliament’s president, along with consisted of around an hour of questions along with less than 10 minutes of answers.

“I was genuinely not satisfied with the hearing yesterday because Zuckerberg gave no answers whatsoever,” Ska Keller, co-head of the Greens-European Free Alliance group within the European Parliament, told CNBC in a phone interview Tuesday.

“in which was facilitated by the format, in which there was no possibility to ask follow-up questions to ensure in which was definitely a very big problem created by the parliament’s president. yet still, Zuckerberg could at least have answered some questions more precisely. yet he genuinely didn’t along with was just repeating what he said in his opening statement, so genuinely nothing brand new.”

CNBC understands in which the format of the meeting was requested by Tajani. Tajani was not immediately available for comment.

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