Twitter sold data access to Cambridge Analytica-Scandal researcher Aleksandr Kogan

Aleksandr Kogan had one day access to Twitter users data in 2015

Twitter has confirmed to Bloomberg that it sold public data access to researcher Aleksandr Kogan. In 2015, Aleksandr Kogan’s firm Global Science Research (GSR) had paid for one day Twitter users data access. Twitter said they had selected a random sample of public tweets from the period between December 2014 and April 2015. They also conducted an internal review and did not find any access to private data of people who use Twitter. Since then the company has removed Cambridge Analytica and their affiliated entities as advertisers.

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Mark Zuckerberg notes and highlights from Congress hearing

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before US Congress

Mark Zuckerberg left his notes open during Senate hearing break

Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Facebook testified before the Congress in a marathon five-hour session about Cambridge Analytica scandal. Zuckerberg left his notes open during a break of his hearing which allowed an Associated Press photographer to snap pictures of it.

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Facebook crisis: Battling the rough seas, the land seems far from the reach of Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook crisis: United Nations blamed Facebook for spreading hatred against Rohingya in Myanmar

Facebook crisis: Indian government issues notice to Facebook to assert whether personal data of Indian voters and users were compromised in the recent Cambridge Analytica fiasco

A plethora of issues surrounding Facebook; battling the rough seas, the land seems far from the reach of Mark Zuckerberg. In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook criticized Facebook for its data privacy practices.

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Facebook Founder & CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally breaks his silence on Cambridge Analytica scandal

CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks about Cambridge Analytica scandal




Breaking his silence on a plethora of issues, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has gone on an interview rampage. From posting on Facebook and speaking to few media outlets, Mark Zuckerberg speaks about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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