The Washington Post reports federal regulators may look at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as investigations into the company’s data practices continue. As the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and Facebook continue negotiations to wrap up the agency’s probe as to whether the tech company violated its 2011 Consent Decree in the Cambridge Analytica situation, sources close to the discussion said Zuckerberg could face a level of accountability. Facebook said in a statement it “hope[s] to reach an appropriate and fair resolution" when asked about the ongoing negotiations. Meanwhile, ZDNet reports Facebook admitted it stored the passwords of millions of Instagram users in plain text in internal server logs. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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