Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 apology tour is going international.
The Facebook chief exec will be testifying in front of a European Parliament committee on Tuesday, one month after a two-day mea culpa to the U.S. Congress. Zuckerberg has also been on a media tour in the last two months, following the Cambridge Analytica data leak scandal, when up to 87 million users had their profile information unknowingly compromised.
If you’d like to watch Zuckerberg’s testimony, you’re in luck: The European Parliament’s website will be live streaming it at 12:00 p.m ET. You can watch it here.
Zuckerberg told the U.S. Congress he was also one of the 87 million users hit by the Cambridge Analytica leak last month.
“I started Facebook, I run it, and I’m responsible for what happens here,” said Zuckerberg at the time. “So now we have to go through every part of our relationship with people and make sure we’re taking a broad enough view of our responsibility.”
There were also moments of confusion for Zuckerberg when he visited Washington, D.C., with some congresspeople unclear about the very nature of Facebook. We’ll soon find out if it plays out similarly for Zuckerberg while he’s in Brussels.