The Facebook leak revealed that the company declared bankruptcy, insisting that there was no misconduct.

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 The Facebook leak revealed that the company declared bankruptcy, insisting that there was no misconduct.


Cambridge analysis denied any misconduct and said in a statement: in the past few months, Cambridge has suffered a lot of unwarranted allegations, although the company tried to clarify it, but it was legally and widely regarded as an online advertising standard in the political and commercial fields, but it was defamed... The conclusion is that it is no longer feasible to continue operation, which makes Cambridge analysis without other practical options except bankruptcy filing. However, the British regulatory authorities said they would not stop investigating the company because of the Cambridge analysis. The British Information Commissioners Office (IOC) said: we will carefully study the details of the announcement of the closure of the Cambridge analysis and the status of its parent company. According to previous media reports, in the last two months, the industry has accused Cambridge analysis of improper use of the privacy data of 87 million users of Facebook company to help Trump win the 2016 presidential election. These accusations brought the share price of Facebook, the largest social network in the world, to a steep decline, and has also been subjected to rigorous investigations in all aspects. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Qiao Jing _NN6607 Cambridge analysis denied any misconduct and said in a statement: in the past few months, Cambridge has suffered a lot of unwarranted allegations, although the company tried to clarify it, but it was legally and widely regarded as an online advertising standard in the political and commercial fields, but it was defamed... The conclusion is that it is no longer feasible to continue operation, which makes Cambridge analysis without other practical options except bankruptcy filing. However, the British regulatory authorities said they would not stop investigating the company because of the Cambridge analysis. The British Information Commissioners Office (IOC) said: we will carefully study the details of the announcement of the closure of the Cambridge analysis and the status of its parent company. According to previous media reports, in the last two months, the industry has accused Cambridge analysis of improper use of the privacy data of 87 million users of Facebook company to help Trump win the 2016 presidential election. These accusations brought the share price of Facebook, the largest social network in the world, to a steep decline, and has also been subjected to rigorous investigations in all aspects.