Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a selfie with him in front of the European Parliament, commenting on it: “A lot of good discussions at the Munich Security Conference, the European Union Commission and Parliament in Brussels over the past few days,” and appended his post to symbols for information. Germany, Belgium flag and European Union flag.
Last Friday, the activities of the fifty-sixth edition of the Munich Security Conference began in Munich, Germany, with the participation of more than 500 high-level international decision makers, most notably the French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who will open the conference, in addition to heads of government. The foreign and defense ministers of more than 40 countries, representatives of the economy and international organizations.
The participation of Facebook president Mark Zuckerberg is the first of its kind, as large companies in particular have an important impact on security policy.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has called forWhich is posted on the Internet, saying that it is not the duty of companies, such as his company, to decide what falls within the scope of legitimate freedom of expression, while Zuckerberg is expected to meet during his time in Europe with politicians in Munich and Brussels to discuss issues related to data, regulations and tax reform.