ABC News reports:
Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine has sued Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly failing to protect consumer data following the Cambridge Analytica data leak.
“The evidence shows Mr. Zuckerberg was personally involved in Facebook’s failure to protect the privacy and data of its users leading directly to the Cambridge Analytica incident,” Racine said in a statement about the lawsuit released Monday.
“This unprecedented security breach exposed tens of millions of Americans’ personal information, and Mr. Zuckerberg’s policies enabled a multi-year effort to mislead users about the extent of Facebook’s wrongful conduct.”
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BREAKING: D.C. attorney general sues Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for failure to protect consumer data following the Cambridge Analytica data leak. https://t.co/9HTJPIBz4n
— ABC News (@ABC) May 23, 2022