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The whistle-blower who revealed how Cambridge Analytica harvested Facebook Inc user data to target election ads said the company could have shared that information with Russia.
A trove of thousands of Russian-backed Facebook ads, being made public for the first time, shows that Russia’s main goal was provoking discontent in the US, leading to and continuing beyond Donald Trump’s election in 2016.
Cambridge Analytica, the firm embroiled in a controversy over its handling of Facebook Inc user data, and its British parent SCL Elections Ltd, are shutting down immediately after suffering a sharp drop in business, the company said.
Social media network Reddit announced that it had taken down nearly a thousand accounts suspected of links to Russia's Internet Research Agency.
Facebook Inc chief executive Mark Zuckerberg swapped his trademark T-shirt and jeans for a dark suit and a purple tie on Monday as he met U.S. lawmakers to apologise for the social network's misuse of its members' data and to head off possible regulation.
Facebook Inc chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg will hold meetings with some US lawmakers on April 9, a day before he is due to appear at Congressional hearings over a political consultancy's use of customer data, two congressional aides said.
A Congressional critic of Facebook Inc said lawmakers may need to consider regulating the social media giant, ahead of two days of high-profile congressional testimony by founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg.
Shortly after taking over Europol a decade ago, former British MI5 officer Rob Wainwright met with then-FBI Director Robert Mueller to pitch the idea of sharing data, figuring he couldn’t turn the European Union’s budding criminal-intelligence service into a global force without America’s help.
Facebook is expanding its response to people using the platform improperly and on April 3 said it had deleted hundreds of Russian accounts and pages associated with a "troll factory" indicted by US prosecutors for fake activist and political posts in the 2016 US election campaign.
Amazon.com Inc cut ties with Washington’s biggest lobbying firm and brought on new advisers following passage of the tax overhaul bill last year and in the face of new challenges in the age of President Donald Trump.