Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to meet with European lawmakers

The meeting is expected to be live streamed.

Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament, said on Twitter Monday the meeting would be streamed live.

Zuckerberg was grilled by American politicians last month over similar issues as well as the company's alleged role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Originally, Zuckerberg's EU meeting was expected to be a private affair, but some parliament members preferred an on-air excoriation, according to The Associated Press.

"Europe for more than seven years has been making a priority of data protection and has a long history of fighting American companies on this specific topic," Michel Maroy, a Brussels-based expert on the European Union, told ABC News. "Every member will have one question."