Original title: Zuckerberg refused the British Parliament's request for false news and privacy.
According to an open letter signed by British and Canadian government officials, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg rejected invitations from British and Canadian government officials and refused to discuss false news and data privacy in front of British and Canadian government officials. In addition, three other countries have joined the call for Zuckerberg to come out.
Late last month, British and Canadian government officials called on Mark Zuckerberg to attend a joint special parliamentary hearing in London on November 27, which they called an "International Committee" on false information and false news. Officials from Argentina, Australia and Ireland have also joined the call. Officials said that Facebook rejected the initial invitation in November 2nd.
According to the government letter, Facebook told officials that it "fully recognizes the seriousness of these problems and remains committed to working with [your committee] to provide any additional relevant information you need."
Facebook did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
"We are very disappointed with this disdainful response," the letter's signatory said, noting that Zuckerberg should provide 170 million collective users in these countries with "the same lines of accountability as US and EU users", that is, to face parliamentarians directly, and invite Zuckerberg again to the hearing on November 27. Meeting.
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