Tell the FTC to investigate Facebook and hold the company accountable if it violated a data privacy agreement.

According to a New York Times investigation, Facebook was allegedly giving more than 150 corporations access to users' private data without their consent. If this is true, Facebook may be in direct violation of the company's 2011 FTC consent decree meant to clean up its act and keep our data safe.

We urge the FTC to first conduct its own investigation into whether Facebook did violate the consent decree, and second, hold Facebook accountable with fines if it did.