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Facebook founder Zuckerberg to meet European parl over data breach

ANI  |  London [United Kingdom] 

networking site confirms meeting with to discuss the growing online data-concerns.

As reported by the New York Times, the meeting is scheduled to take place sometime next week where will discuss the issue of the data breach by data analytics company

It is touted be a closed-door meeting to be attended by leaders of the various political groups.

Leaders of the European Parliament's various blocs and the of the body's civil liberties committee which is holding hearings on the ongoing data breach case will be the part of the meeting.

Further, Zuckerberg is scheduled to have lunch with French to discuss a range of issues.

Zuckerberg had been earlier questioned in the joint hearing of the members of the US House of at the Capitol Hill over the issue of the data breach. There he admitted multiple incidents of the data breach as he said that his own personal information has been compromised.

is accused of wrongfully accessing the data of over 87 million Facebook users to build which allegedly influenced the US elections.

Following the accusations, the firm will soon be shutting down its offices in the

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First Published: Thu, May 17 2018. 05:57 IST