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FTC's Facebook investigation could focus on Zuckerberg

engadget Friday, 19 April 2019
Facebook's privacy troubles just keep on coming, one after another -- just recently, it revealed that Instagram stored millions of passwords in plain text. In an effort to force the social network to be more conscious of its data privacy practices, f...
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News video: Federal Investigators Turn Their Sights To Mark Zuckerberg

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Business Insider reports that a new report in the Washington Post indicates that a federal investigation into Facebook could find Mark Zuckerberg directly responsible for any privacy failings on the social network.

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