Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, is expected this week in the european Parliament and to the Elysée. In Brussels, he will be questioned by the representatives of the political groups in the Parliament and the president of the body Tuesday, 22 may, before travelling to Paris to particularly meet Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday.
While the role of major digital platforms in the society and economy is increasingly maligned, the visit in Europe promises to be eventful for the boss of the largest social network in the world. For several years, Europe is leading the charge to regulate the giants of the digital, both on the personal data on the illegal content, competition and taxation.
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