On May 23, local time, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, the parent company of the American social media platform Facebook, was indicted by Attorney General Carl Racine in Washington, D.C., and Racine accused Zuckerberg of being directly involved in causing the incident. Data breach decisions related to Cambridge Analytica.

  In a statement, Racine said there was evidence that Facebook, a subsidiary of Meta, failed to protect the privacy and data of its users, and that Zuckerberg was personally involved in the data breach.

  Cambridge Analytica was previously exposed to improperly obtain tens of millions of user data from Facebook and use the data analysis results to accurately push advertisements, which affected the results of the 2016 US election.

(CCTV reporter Gu Xiang)