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Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduced new legislation today that would hold corporate executives criminally liable when their companies experience major data breaches, engage in criminal activity or cause widespread consumer harm.
The Corporate Executive Accountability Act, which Warren teased Tuesday in a Washington Post op-ed, would hold criminally liable the executives of any corporations making more than $1 billion annually in the event that their companies break the law or harm large portions of Americans or state residents in civil violations.