Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg had his day in European parliament and it went much easier than his appearance in Washington, D.C., last month. (Translation: The format made it easier to evade questions.)
The Facebook CEO was in Brussels, the seat of the European Union's government, to answer for privacy and data lapses brought to light from the Cambridge Analytica debacle. Cambridge Analytica was the third-party data provider that was allowed to access profiles on up to 87 million Facebook users and their friends, and it has been accused of abusing that data to influence elections in the U.S. and U.K.
Zuckerberg already faced two days of questioning by lawmakers in the U.S., and Tuesday it was the Europeans' turn to get answers on everything from Facebook's readiness for new data laws, known as GDPR, to how the platform combats fake news. Here's how Zuckerberg's European inquisition went: