Lawmakers have called for Zuckerberg to testify in front of Congress.
Grassley says he's also invited Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. -European privacy accord, "or that engage in unfair acts that cause substantial injury to consumers in violation" of USA consumer protections.
The Democratic attorneys general of Washington and OR joined 35 of their colleagues Monday in sending a letter to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Reps for Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "But promises aren't enough".
The thing is, it doesn't yet appear that Facebook broke any laws or used data without permission; rather, the data seems to have come by way of another unclear permission opt-in for Facebook apps.
The letter also asks Facebook to provide an update on how the company will, going forward, allow users to more easily control their privacy settings.
She said campaigns such as "Delete Facebook" would likely make a strong impression on the company because "in the end the currency that Facebook works with is trust".
"FTC takes very seriously recent press reports raising substantial concerns about the privacy practices of Facebook", the regulator said in a statement.
Facebook's stock, which already took a big hit last week, plunged as a result.
Tom Pahl, acting director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection, said the US probe would include whether the company engaged in "unfair acts" that cause "substantial injury" to consumers.
Almost three-quarters of Canadian Facebook users say they will make at least some change to how they use the social media platform in the wake of a data mining scandal.
The investigation is broader than looking into whether Facebook violated a 2011 consent order it reached with the FTC over its privacy practices, a person briefed on the matter told Reuters.
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Facebook's privacy practices following a week of privacy scandals including allegations a Trump-affiliated political consulting firm got data inappropriately from millions of Facebook users. For him, the question is: "What is the right regulation?"
Ahem. Let me restate that to make it absolutely clear: Facebook tracked your phone call dates and times, logs of when you messaged people, and actual contact numbers with names.
The recent troubles follow Facebook's most hard year yet, as the company dealt with fake news, "filter bubbles" that lead to increasing divisions, and congressional hearings over Russian agents' alleged use of social media to meddle with the 2016 presidential elections.
In recent trading, the major averages have pulled back off their highs of the session but continue to post strong gains. Investors drew encouragement from signs that the USA and China are open to negotiating to avert a potential trade war.
Whyte believes the contest should happen at the O2 Arena in London - where it would draw a big gate and sell out the venue. Matchroom boss Hearn was eager to tease Whyte about the embarrassment in the post-fight press conference.
His strikes have helped fire Liverpool into third place in the table and into the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League . According to The Mirror , United are interested in signing the 28-year-old former Spurs star in the summer transfer window.
He also said that products mostly used by weaker sections of the society also needs to be kept out of purview of GST. Meanwhile, hitting back at Gandhi, Union Minister KJ Alphons said, "I filled up to 10 pages for a U.S. visa form".
A pox on both Houses - and parties", the Kentucky senator tweeted after the bill cleared the Senate. "No one has read it. The bill also included a $63 billion increase in domestic non-defense spending, pleasing Democrats.
Costello won his first two elections in 2014 and 2016 by comfortable margins, but his district is marginally Democratic on paper. Republicans have fought the decision and attempted to impeach state Supreme Court justices appointed by Democrats.
The UK expelled 23 Russian diplomats as a result and Moscow retaliated by ordering out the same number of Britons. Timoshkov said his friend "regretted" being a double agent "because his life had become all messed up".
A contrite Smith and Bancroft later addressed a press conference, admitting to ball-tampering and apologised for their actions. It is one of the worst ball tampering episodes and is regarded as shameful chapter in Australian cricket.
Catalan parliament member and lawyer Marta Rovira fled to Switzerland rather than appear in court Friday, according to the Times . The Catalan politician faces up to 25 years in prison for his role in the illegal referendum in Catalonia.
German court orders Puigdemont held pending extradition
A court in Neumunster in the state of Schleswig-Holstein issued a detention order on Monday and Puigdemont remains in custody. The Spanish government confirmed on Sunday that former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has been detained in Germany .
French officer remembered for 'act of devotion'
French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May are among those who sent messages of condolence. Special police units converged on the scene while authorities blocked roads and urged residents to stay away.