Rules for thee but not for me:

Executives at Facebook, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, allegedly admitted to seeking out employees who leak information about the company and firing them, according to a new video from Project Veritas.

During a company meeting, a woman identified by Project Veritas as Internal Communication Director Melinda Davenport appeared to ask what the company is doing to handle leaks. Davenport mentioned Project Veritas had released videos that released the names of Facebook employees, allegedly putting them at risk.

“So, what are we doing to actually stop leakers?” Davenport appears to ask in the video. “And how are we keeping our colleagues safe?”

Zuckerberg said the company has “a number of efforts to find people” who leak and “terminate people and pursue the recourse that we have when we identify them,” according to the Project Veritas video. Zuckerberg then noted Facebook usually does not “talk about it, or go out of our way when we find folks who leak.”

“I think over the last year there have been more leaks than I think all of us would have wanted, but we, we also you know, find a lot of the folks and terminate them,” he added, according to the Project Veritas video.

A woman then identified by Project Veritas as Facebook Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Heidi Swartz appeared to tell employees Facebook “always [investigates the leaks] to the fullest extent possible. And when we find leakers, which we often do, we have a zero tolerance. So that means we fire them.”