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“We have a big problem here and it’s not gonna be solved by saying, ‘we’ll fix it ourselves,'” said Guy Verhofstadt, a member of European Parliament of Belgium. Verhofstadt’s questions probed whether Facebook is a monopoly, comparing Facebook to a car company telling people, “we don’t have a monopoly, you can take a train or a plane.”

Zuckerberg also fielded questions from France’s Front National and the U.K.’s Nigel Farage, the architect of Brexit, over a perceived bias.

“We have never and will not make decisions about what content is allowed or how we do ranking on the basis of political orientation,” Zuckerberg said in response. He attributed the perception of political bias to the fact that Facebook has moved to promote posts from users’ friends and family over those of public accounts.

As the visit came to a close, a number of politicians expressed anger over the lack of answers. One member of Parliament said he had asked “six yes or no questions without a single answer.” Verhofstadt wanted more information about the army of Facebook reviewers.

“I am anxious of this brave new world that Mr. Zuckerberg has presented us!” he said.

Zuckerberg said he would follow up with the answers to the questions he was unable to answer. During the U.S. Congressional testimony.


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