Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm involved in a scandal with Facebook over misuse of private data, is learning what it's like to have their privacy invaded. Britain's information commissioner announced today that she is seeking a warrant to search the company's office and servers for any evidence of illegal activity. More »
Russia has escalated its efforts to start a new Cold War with the West by recklessly poisoning a former Russian spy, his daughter, and a police detective in Great Britain. This comes on the heels of the Russians trying to kill US troops in Syria (that one backfired on them badly), and it’s clear that […] The post From Russia with Poison appeared first on AMERICAblog News.
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An undercover video report by Britain’s Channel 4 has captured footage of top executives at Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data-analytics firm that worked on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, talking about sending Ukrainian “girls” to the home of an opposition candidate and covertly spreading propaganda online. Show More Summary
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Britain's information commissioner says she's seeking a warrant to raid Cambridge Analytica and seize its servers. She had already announced an investigation into the matter. Facebook suspended Cambridge Analytica's account on Friday...Show More Summary
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France said on Thursday it agreed with Britain that Russia was behind a nerve agent attack on a Russian ex-spy in England, President Emmanuel Macron’s office said in a statement.
Britain's foreign secretary said Sunday that the trail of blame for the poisoning of a former spy "leads inexorably to the Kremlin," reports the AP, after a Russian envoy suggested the nerve agent could have come from a UK lab. "We actually have evidence within the last 10 years that...
Wow. Britain's Information Officer announces she is seeking a warranting to raid Cambridge Analytica and seize servers — Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) March 19, 2018 Facebook has been "co-operative" with ICO says Elizabeth Denham. Cambridge Analytica on the other hand has required them to seek to use their statutory powers to compel evidence…. — Carole Cadwalladr […]
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