Facebook stock dipped on a Wall Street Journal report that the corporate has uncovered emails linking chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg to the social media giant’s controversial privacy practices.
Shares were down over 2% following the news. The report says employees at the corporate are concerned that the emails could come under scrutiny during an investigation from the Federal Trade Commission.
The FTC is investigating whether or not security lapses associated with the Cambridge Analytica scandal violated a 2012 consent decree between the agency and Facebook, according to the report.
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The emails, which were described to the Journal reporters but not seen, reportedly show that Zuckerberg raised questions about how the corporate was sharing information with third-party developers, suggesting he knew of potential issues.