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The Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether Facebook violated its settlement agreement with the agency. Zuckerberg himself suggested, in a CNN interview, that perhaps Facebook should be regulated by the government. Both companies, he argued, satisfy the traditional criteria for utility regulation: They have large market share, are natural monopolies, and are difficult for customers to do without. While the political momentum may not be strong enough right now for something as drastic as that, many in Washington are trying to envision what regulating Facebook would look like.

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After all, the solutions are not obvious. The world has never tried to rein in a global network with 2 billion users that is built on fast-moving technology and evolving data practices. I talked to numerous experts about the ideas bubbling up in Washington. None are specific to Facebook alone; potentially, they could be applied to all social media and the tech industry. Impose Fines for Data Breaches The Cambridge Analytica data loss was the result of a breach of contract, rather than a technical breach in which a company gets hacked.

In the United States, companies are only required to notify people if their data has been breached in certain states and under certain circumstances — and regulators rarely have the authority to penalize companies that lose personal data.

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