Politicians from the UK and Canada want to hear from Facebook CEO
at a joint hearing in London next month, the latest effort to get him to testify in Britain.
The UK's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee and its Canadian counterpart wrote to Zuckerberg on Wednesday. Damien Collins, a member of Parliament who heads the UK committee, tweeted the letter.
"The hearing of your evidence is now overdue, and urgent," wrote Collins and Bob Zimmer, a Canadian member of Parliament who heads Canada's Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics.
The pair gave the
boss until Nov. 7 to respond to the invitation to a Nov 27 hearing.
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