Following Mark Zuckerberg's hearings earlier this week, two Senators have announced legislation they plan to introduce regarding the protection of consumers' online data, 9to5Mac reports. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and John Kennedy (R-LA) will propose regulations that would increase transparency, give consumers more control after their data has been breached and make sure companies like Facebook are working within privacy policies that protect consumers and their data. "The data breach at Facebook showed the world that the digital promised land is not all milk and honey. We've discovered some impurities in the punch bowl," Senator Kennedy said in a statement. "I don't want to regulate Facebook half to death, but there are things that need to be changed. Our bill will help protect Americans' online data fingerprint."