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Watch Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s EU Testimony Live

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to meet with European lawmakers on Tuesday, and his testimony will once again be live streamed: European Parliament president Antonio Tajani announced on Twitter Monday that the meeting will be available live on the web.

The meeting is scheduled to last around 90 minutes, and start with a public handshake at around 6 p.m. local time (9 a.m. PT), which will be live streamed here. Zuckerberg will then attend the Conference of Presidents of the Political Groups of the European Parliament. That meeting is scheduled to start at 18:20 p.m. local time (9:20 a.m. PT) and is going to be live streamed as well.

Following the meeting, Tajani is scheduled to hold a press conference at 19:30 p.m. local time (10:30 a.m. PT), which will again be live streamed. The entire thing will also be available as a live stream on the European Parliament’s Facebook page.

Zuckerberg had agreed to meet with select members of the European Parliament in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The meeting is being held behind closed doors, and originally wasn’t supposed to be live streamed, which drew criticism from some EU lawmakers.

U.S. lawmakers grilled Zuckerberg during two lengthy back-to-back appearances before Congress in April. Zuckerberg joked about these testimonies during his keynote at Facebook’s f8 developer conference, saying: “Let’s not do this again soon.” He went on to decline an invitation to testify before the U.K. parliament.

Watch the live stream below.

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