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By Dylan Byers and Cyrus Farivar

Federal regulators are debating whether and how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can be held personally responsible for the history of user abuse of private data, two sources familiar with the discussions, NBC News said Thursday.

The sources would not elaborate on which measures will be specifically examined. The Washington Post, which reported on the development for the first time, reported that regulators were investigating increased surveillance of Zuckerberg's leadership.

While Facebook has been scrutinized for years for its privacy practices, the two Democratic members of the FTC said the agency may need to target individual leaders.

Justin Brookman, a former director of technology research at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), said on Thursday evening that although the FTC may designate individual corporate leaders to have guided, controlled and known about misconduct, they typically use fraudulent cases only , as far as I can tell. "


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