Congressmen — both Republican and Democrat — have told the FTC that a $5 billion penalty was too little and that Mark Zuckerberg should personally be held responsible. “The FTC just gave Facebook a Christmas present five months early,” said Democrat Congressman David Ciciline. The amount won’t make Facebook think twice about their responsibility to protect user data. “If the FTC won’t protect consumers, Congress surely must” he said, echoing calls for deeper regulation of tech companies by lawmaking, instead of just via regulators. “Given Facebook’s repeated privacy violations, it is clear that fundamental structural reforms are required,” said Democrat Senator Mark R. Warner. “With the FTC either unable or unwilling to put in place reasonable guardrails to ensure that user privacy and data are protected, it’s time for Congress to act.”