- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was not deposed as part of the FTC investigation into alleged privacy violations, according to a report in The Washington Post on Tuesday.
- The report says the settlement will say Facebook deceived consumers about privacy.
- The company will reportedly not admit guilt.
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Federal regulators are reportedly accusing Facebook of misleading consumers about their privacy in its $5 billion settlement, but did not question CEO Mark Zuckerberg as part of the high-profile investigation — a decision that is likely to draw intense criticism.