Mike Inc. Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer will provide evidence to British lawmakers about abusive use of information about millions of users by the end of April. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive officer, said in March that he will not appear before a UK parliamentary committee after Damian Collins, head of the committee, invited Zuckerberg to respond for a "catastrophic process failure".
Schroepfer will testify on April 26 after earlier appearances in the month of Alexander Nix, the former CEO of Cambridge Analytica, and Aleksandr Kogan, senior associate of Cambridge University, following a statement by the British government on Friday
Facebook huge amounts of data have been held by the British company Cambridge Analytica since the revelations under pressure, after it was obtained by a researcher who shared the data without the perm of the social network ission
Kogan was allowed to receive information about 87 million people from 270,000 users, who have downloaded his quiz app. Later, he transferred the data to the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, which worked on Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 201
Regulators around the world are now investigating the depth of the data leak. The US Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether Facebook is violating a 2011 decree requiring the company to obtain user consent before sharing information, while the UK Information Commissioner's office is conducting the investigation Europe is leading, combing the evidence it collected during a search of Cambridge Analytica's offices on March 23