Like a Boss: Facebook Users Can Have Same Privilege as Zuckerberg


Facebook was aware more than two years ago of Cambridge Analytica's harvesting of the personal profiles of up to 87 million users and can not rule out other cases of abuse of user data, chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said.

The political data-mining firm allegedly used ill-gotten Facebook user data in its efforts to sway elections.

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"It's clear that data of Europeans have been exposed to a huge risk and I am not sure if Facebook took all the necessary steps to implement change", EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said in an emailed statement Friday.

London-based Cambridge Analytica, which has counted US President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign among its clients, said on Wednesday on Twitter that it had received no more than 30 million records from a researcher it hired to collect data about people on Facebook. Actually, strike that; Facebook said in not so many words that if you are one of its 2.2 billion users, just assume someone else has and is able to actively use any data you've put into Facebook up until this point.

A United Kingdom parliament committee investigating the impact of social media on recent elections on Friday announced former Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix and former director Brittany Kaiser as future witnesses for a Fake News inquiry. Facebook also said that, come June, it will offer a searchable index of the ads, including information about the users whom they targeted. Far from it, it seems that not a day goes by without some new piece of information which paints Facebook and company CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an unfavorable light. She also said Facebook could never have a full opt-out option for users who do not want their data shared without turning into a paid service. Questioning Zuckerberg in detail on the challenges of forcing third parties who are gathering user data on Facebook to disclose who they are, how they're using the information and how they're safeguarding it could help lawmakers understand what laws they can write to better protect the privacy of Americans.

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When asked about this by TechCrunch, Facebook said it was done for security reasons.

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It said that Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer had also been called as a witness. Facebook has now announced that the Unsend feature will be rolled out to all Facebook users. Christopher Wylie, a whistleblower who once worked at Cambridge Analytica, has said that it worked with Canadian company AggregateIQ.

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But it is the links to Cambridge Analytica's parent company SCL that is giving cause for concern.