The European Union’s digital chief is set to meet with Facebook CEO Mark ZuckerbergMark ZuckerbergHillicon Valley — Presented by Xerox — US cracks down on tools for foreign hacking DC AG adds Facebook's Zuckerberg to Cambridge Analytica suit Senator asks Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify at hearing on kids' safety MORE on Tuesday amid the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Andrus Ansip, European Commission vice president in charge of digital issues, will also meet with Google CEO Sundar Pichai and top officials from Netflix and Twitter in San Francisco according to Ansip's public calendar.
The conversations come as Facebook, and Silicon Valley as a whole, deal with backlash over data collection and privacy practices across the industry.
Last week, Zuckerberg testified before lawmakers on Capitol Hill to address questions about how a British research firm used by the Trump campaign, Cambridge Analytica, improperly harvested data from as many as 87 million of the platform's users.
Zuckerberg has also been asked to speak before British politicians but has not yet committed to making a trip to the U.K. to give public testimony on the matter.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has previously met with European Commission officials.
Facebook and other tech companies face new, tightened data privacy rules in Europe that are set go into effect on May 25.