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UK Parliament threatens Zuckerberg with 'formal summons' to give evidence

Tuesday 1 May 2018 | 16:36 CET | News
The UK Parliament has invited Mark Zuckerberg again to give evidence at a committee hearing, after he earlier sent Facebook's CTIO. If he does not accept the invitation to appear by 24 May, he could be physically forced to appear in parliament the next time he visits the UK. 

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Companies: Facebook
Countries: Europe / United Kingdom
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