Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify in front of at least eight members of the European Parliament this week about privacy, security, and election interference. The Facebook CEO's testimony was originally planned to take place behind closed doors. But after pressure from European leaders, that testimony will now be broadcast live on the web.
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Mark Zuckerberg took the unusual step of personally writing to critics upset at the way he characterised Facebook's response to the ongoing civil strife in Myanmar. Zuckerberg apologised for not acknowledging the importance that activist groups had played in stemming the circulation of harmful messages in Myanmar. The groups wasted no time issuing a letter demanding more transparency and accountability from the social network.
Video: If you get queasy even on a docile Ferris Wheel, you'll want to avoid a ride called the Tagada at all costs next time you're at a carnival in Myanmar looking for a cheap thrill. Safety concerns aside, it looks like it would make even Air Force test pilots lose their lunches as it spins and lurches, throwing riders in all directions.