Report: Emails may prove Mark Zuckerberg knew about Facebook privacy issues
Thursday, 13 June 2019 A new report by the Wall Street Journal says internal emails from Facebook may prove CEO Mark Zuckerberg was aware of privacy issues on the social network. This comes as the FTC is investigating the company's conduct. One of the authors of the WSJ report, Emily Glazer, joined CBSN for more.
According to Markets Insider, Facebook shares plunged after leaked emails revealed that the company's CEO may have known about problematic privacy practices. A report from the Wall Street Journal uncovered emails from Mark Zuckerberg in response to a Federal Trade Commission probe. Those emails call...
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