Marsha Blackburn Pushes for Universal Privacy Standards after Facebook Data Breach

Rep. Marsha Blackburn said Tuesday that she wants to ask Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about universal privacy standards.

“I would ask him if he would agree to privacy standards that are in statute, in federal statute, that he would agree to one set of privacy standards for the entire ecosystem – both your internet service provider and your edge providers,” Ms. Blackburn, Tennessee Republican, said on Fox News.

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2 Thoughts to “Marsha Blackburn Pushes for Universal Privacy Standards after Facebook Data Breach”

  1. Brian McMurphy

    Facebook monitors more than what you volunteer.

    What they do, scouring contacts, eavesdropping on phone calls or webcams, etc. might better be defined as stalking.

    Tear that whole site down. Zuckerberg’s plea is that the government regulate him more. Who has ever asked that? Because you know what Facebook really needs is to have the government looking at everything they see too.

    He can keep his empire as long as James Comey and John Brennan can see you coming out of the shower too.


  2. Papa

    I can’t feel sorry for those that left the window open for “The peeping Tom”. People put their personal life on display for the world to see and now want it back. It was OK for the world to see but not big brother.