The National Association of Attorneys General is asking Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions related to the social network’s privacy policies and practices following the Cambridge Analytica revelations. A group of 38 state and territory attorneys general signed a letter pushing Facebook to allow users to have more control over the privacy of their accounts. “These revelations raise many serious questions concerning Facebook’s policies and practices, and the processes in place to ensure they are followed,” the letter states. Politico reports on whether the Federal Trade Commission and U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office have the proper authority to put enforcement actions against Facebook, while a ZDNet report looks at AggregateIQ, a Canadian political data firm tied to the practices conducted by Cambridge Analytica. Meanwhile, Pep Boys became the latest company to suspend its advertising with Facebook following the revelations.
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