Cambridge analysis still holds a large number of Facebook user data after filing for bankruptcy

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 Cambridge analysis still holds a large number of Facebook user data after filing for bankruptcy


Cambridge analysis and its parent company SCL group, and SCLElections of the same group, announced in May 2nd that they stopped operating in real time and filed for bankruptcy. The Cambridge analysis insisted that the company was not wrong in the information leakage, but was hurt by a lot of unfounded accusations, destroying the whole business, the loss of a large number of customers and rising legal expenses, so it decided to apply for bankruptcy. After the announcement, the office of Cambridge analysis is located in Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York. The Cambridge analysis statement did not reveal how to deal with the bulk of the data, including the personal data of about 80000000 users misappropriated from the face book. Cambridge analysis was founded in 2013. The company claims to be able to give political ads to specific target groups more effectively through psychoanalysis of voters. Former White House chief strategist Ben Nong was a member of the board of directors of the company. After the misappropriation of the face book user data scandal, the Cambridge analysis has already studied the change of the face book, but the shareholders do not want to bear huge legal responsibilities. However, the team behind the Cambridge analysis is still likely to be dead, the British company registry data showed that the companys team established a new company called Emerdata earlier, and was the director of the senior executive president Nicks and other SCL groups before the Cambridge analysis. Source: China News Net editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 After the announcement, the office of Cambridge analysis is located in Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York. The Cambridge analysis statement did not reveal how to deal with the bulk of the data, including the personal data of about 80000000 users misappropriated from the face book. Cambridge analysis was founded in 2013. The company claims to be able to give political ads to specific target groups more effectively through psychoanalysis of voters. Former White House chief strategist Ben Nong was a member of the board of directors of the company. After the misappropriation of the face book user data scandal, the Cambridge analysis has already studied the change of the face book, but the shareholders do not want to bear huge legal responsibilities. However, the team behind the Cambridge analysis is still likely to be dead, the British company registry data showed that the companys team established a new company called Emerdata earlier, and was the director of the senior executive president Nicks and other SCL groups before the Cambridge analysis.