Zuckerberg regarding the Congress to cooperate in the investigation of the antimonopoly
Said a member of Congress (David Cecil personnel) – chairman of the committee on antitrust committee on the judiciary of the House of representatives of the American – Friday: if (Mark Zuckerberg) – the chief executive of Facebook – pledged to cooperate with the commission’s investigation during a meeting on Capitol Hill.
It was the House Judiciary Committee has opened an investigation into competition in the digital marketplaces early last June – he is one of a series of investigations that companies face technical Major, such as: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and have: the parent company Google.
Said the representative of the Democratic Cecil workers after a meeting with Zuckerberg long as half an hour was also attended by the chairman of the Judiciary Committee (Jerry The Bartender): “Mr. Zuckerberg pledged to cooperate with the investigation and I look forward to his cooperation, I think we’ll get a report good in the end of the investigation.
The MP said (Doug Collins) – the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee – told reporters after the meeting of the former: they also discussed the commission’s investigation of the two-party antitrust in technology companies big.
Said Collins: “I encouraged him to come to the negotiating table and help us – this is not the role of aggressive from my point of view”, adding that they had talked in general terms but not on whether Facebook will stick to requests for documents. He added: “I believe that through their commitment, you will see more participation”.
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