Amidst possible mishandling of customer’s data, CEO under federal scrutiny

Amidst possible mishandling of customer’s data, CEO under federal scrutiny

The Federal Trade Commission has taken ’direct aim’ at Mark Zuckerberg in addition to its official investigation since March 2018 following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. On the advice of FTC veterans, investigators will target Mr. Zuckerberg digging into past statements he has made regarding customer privacy and could hold him responsible for the company’s privacy practices.

Josh Cohen
Josh Cohen
Midgetelf 1 year

This is fine. He's more or less been warned numerous times. You can sell metadata, or you can have ads catered personally based on viewers likes, same as youtube, so long as it's done internally by Facebook, and users have the ability to opt out. But once you sell personal, individual, information without the open knowledge and permission of your users, go eff yourself. He knew it was happening, was told to stop his shit, but didn't.

Sir_Kutz 1 year

A CEO being held personally responsible for failing on their watch? This is unprecedented!

Ivario Sulfust
Ivario Sulfust 1 year

He should be in jail for trafficking of personal information.

Thumper Plexed
Thumper Plexed 1 year

Domo Arigato Mr. Zuckato, secret secret you've sold our secrets. 🎶 🎶

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Surprising... said no one ever. 🙄

Alexander Bendyna III
Alexander Bendyna III 1 year

How many times does a person have to sit in front of congressional hearing for civil rights violations or negligence before they're put in front of a judge and officially prosecuted. Stop with the political show boating and prosecute him already!

Kyle Jennings
Kyle Jennings 1 year

I'm sure he's worried, jk. He's got his billions. He'll back out, take his "medisan" , and ride off into the sunset with his billions. Poor baby.

Nomeacasoxlogin NACXL
Nomeacasoxlogin NACXL 1 year


Russ Kurtell
Russ Kurtell 1 year

Give 'em the ol' Roger Stone.

FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

Google, Facebook, Twitter spyware in plain sight. Time to get off the oligopolies Standard Oil modeled socialist media platforms.,, Dissenter, bitchute, and more await you on the real internet of ideas. Dump the spyware start today by getting a free secure email account. Real conversations start with Free Speech and the diversity of ideas; Both good and bad. How will you know, If you are not allowed to talk about?

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

He will pay a small fine at most not including all the bribes.

Blaeingr 1 year

It is a plot to get the man who has allowed us to share so much with each other... for his benefit😵 maybe he will get a vaca to Club Fed... nah, that would be too satisfying 😔 Well one can wish.

Little Scar
Little Scar 1 year

Got banned from Fakebook 4yrs ago....and now I'm here triggering snowflakes ;)

David B
David B 1 year

He's rich. nothing will be done.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 year

who cares anymore at this point?

Shadowman311 1 year

Too little too late, the guy has sold the info of countless American citizens over the several years that he has been doing this. even if they slap the cuffs on him (which they won't) it wouldn't matter at all.

Binx1 1 year

he mostly likely has too pay a fine. to who you ask, not the user. but it's the user data, ha! it says it in privacy & and terms. they should read the fine print. let's keep the money.

Nobody At all
Nobody At all 1 year

Maybe they can put this reptile in an exhibit.

Daniel McEwen
Daniel McEwen 1 year

Wasn't the way he started FB sketchy in itself? Didn't he sort of steal it out from some other guys? I'm probably getting details wrong. It did begin as something fun and social, back when you needed a college ID to get an account. Who knew it would become this monstrosity?

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

The government wants to get companies in line and use them for its own benefit. These are just standard tactics to put pressure on the CEO. As soon as he complies with the wishes of the government this will all go away!

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