It’s impossible to know exactly what data Cambridgeytica sc.d from Facebook but here’s the kind of information apps could access in.Cambridgeytica’s use of purchased data mined from a third party app is drawing scrutiny to Facebook’s privacy practices. So what should users know about the mess that follows?.Following days of silence about the political data firm Cambridgeytica’s alleged misuse of million Facebook users’ data, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is finally speaking out..Cambridgeytica, the political data firm with ties to President Trump’s campaign, suspended its chief executive, Alexander Nix, on Tuesday, amid the furor over the access it gained to private information on more than million Facebook users. The decision came after a television .
Our report that a political firm hired by the Trump campaign acquired access to private data on millions of Facebook users has sparked new questions about how the social media giant protects user information. Cambridgeytica, a political data firm hired by President Trump’s election .Facebook said the suspension would remain in place “pending further information”. ‘Gave consent’ Cambridgeytica, which is not connected with the University of Cambridge, recently rose to prominence for its significant role in US President Trump’s election campaign, where it provided intricate data on the thoughts of American voters..