This video grab taken from the European Commission channel EBS, shows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during his audition at the European Parliament on the data privacy scandal on May 22, 2018 at the European Union headquarters in Brussels.(AFP/EBS)
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Fresh from saying "sorry" to European lawmakers, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg holds talks with Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday where he will face renewed pressure over his company's tax policies.Zuckerberg has been invited along with around 60 other tech bosses including Microsoft's Satya Nadella, Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi, IBM's Ginni Rometty, SAP's Bill McDermott and Jimmy Wales from Wikimedia.As well as talking tax regulation and the battle against fake news, which Macron has also vowed to tackle, the 40-year-old French president will be keen to stress his pro-business credentials at the "Tech for Good" summit.Despite Macron's efforts to push his European partners into creating a new tax system for multinational tech companies, talks have stalled due to resistance from EU members such as Ireland.
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