A top deputy at Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office wants to meet face-to-face with Facebook to discuss the release of more than 50 million users’ personal data.
Patrice Malloy, AG Bondi’s Privacy Bureau chief, wrote a letter to Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerburg detailing her plans to set up a meeting with Facebook leadership by the end of the week.
Malloy’s letter reads, in part:
“Please contact me by the close of business on Friday, March 30, to arrange for a mutually agreeable location, date and time with the goal of facilitating further discussion regarding this time-sensitive matter.”
Attorneys General in 37 other states and territories sent Zuckerburg a similar letter earlier last week. It’s going to be a busy April for Facebook.