FB abuse data case: the culprit Cambridge analysis is filing for bankruptcy

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 FB abuse data case: the culprit Cambridge analysis is filing for bankruptcy


NetEase technology news May 3rd, Cambridge analysis company (CambridgeAnalytica) is in the United States and Britain to start bankruptcy proceedings. The company was unfairly used nearly 87 million Facebook user data and participated in the 2016 presidential election. Nigel Oakes, founder of the SCL group of the British parent company, has confirmed that the Cambridge analytical company and its parent company are closing down. The chairman of SCL group disclosed the news to the staff in the conference call, and said that the efforts of the company to transform or reshape the brand proved to be futile. Among them, the British entity related to Cambridge analysis company formally launched bankruptcy proceedings in May 2nd, and immediately stopped all operations. Cambridge analysis company bankruptcy proceedings in the United States will soon start, is submitted to the Southern District of New York bankruptcy court application. All offices of SCL group in the United States are being closed, and American employees are required to return keys and computers.