Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Royal wedding, leaving baby Prince Louis at home

Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Royal wedding, leaving baby Prince Louis at homeThe Duchess of Cambridge arrived at St George’s Chapel for the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and set about helping the young pageboys and bridesmaids prepare for their own entrance. Having opted not to bring the newest addition of the Royal family to the big day, the mother-of-three ensured her two older children were on their best behaviour as they prepared  to undertake pageboy and bridesmaid duties.  The Duchess switched seamlessly to chaperone mode, as she clutched the hands of the little flower girls – which included her own daughter Princess Charlotte – guiding them up the steps and readying them for the ceremony. Princess Charlotte, three, seemed to take the attention in her stride while her four-year-old brother Prince George looked to be taking his role as pageboy very seriously. Kate watched Miss Markle become her sister-in-law and replace Prince Louis as the latest member of the Royal family. Royal wedding day pictures: Best photos from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s ceremony and reception And the 36-year-old will know all about the nerves associated with walking down the aisle to royalty having done it herself seven years ago.  She and the Duke of Cambridge were married on April 23, 2011, after Kensington Palace announced they were engaged in November the previous year.  While most would have to save up for a lavish wedding, five months was all that was needed for her and Prince Williams to arrange their wedding at Westminster Abbey.  Cutest pictures of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and more young royals at the wedding The newest Royal couple have followed a similar timescale with their engagement, also confirmed in November.  Perhaps with the pending arrival of Prince Louis, Meghan and Harry may have pushed their plans back a month to allow their sister-in-law and her newborn to recover.  While Prince George and Princess Charlotte had a central role to play in the ceremony, their younger brother Prince Louis did not attend.  The most stylish guests from Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle At less than a month old, he is likely to be cared for by a nanny close by, allowing the Duchess to visit him privately throughout the day. His second public appearance, after capturing the hearts of the nation on April 23 on the steps of the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in London, could be at Trooping the Colour in June, or at his christening. Royal wedding | Read more  


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Steve Bannon sought to use data mined by Cambridge Analytica for 'culture war,' whistleblower says

  1. Steve Bannon sought to use data mined by Cambridge Analytica for ‘culture war,’ whistleblower says  USA TODAY
  2. Cambridge Analytica ran voter suppression campaigns, whistleblower claims  CNN
  3. Big proxy adviser ISS does not support Facebook’s Zuckerberg in proxy vote  Reuters
  4. Letter from Rebecca Stimson, Facebook, 14 May 2018 ( PDF 17.39 MB) – Parliament UK  Parliament UK
  5. Justice Department and FBI Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica  New York Times
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Christopher Wylie Warns Senators: Cambridge Analytica, Steve Bannon Want 'Culture War'

  1. Christopher Wylie Warns Senators: Cambridge Analytica, Steve Bannon Want ‘Culture War’  HuffPost
  2. Facebook’s Zuckerberg to Meet European Officials Next Week  Wall Street Journal
  3. Republicans downplay Cambridge whistleblower’s ‘Cold War’ warnings  Politico
  4. Letter from Rebecca Stimson, Facebook, 14 May 2018 ( PDF 17.39 MB) – Parliament UK  Parliament UK
  5. Justice Department and FBI Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica  New York Times
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Bannon and Cambridge Analytica planned suppression of black voters, whistleblower tells Senate

  1. Bannon and Cambridge Analytica planned suppression of black voters, whistleblower tells Senate  TechCrunch
  2. Facebook’s Zuckerberg to Meet European Officials Next Week  Wall Street Journal
  3. Republicans downplay Cambridge whistleblower’s ‘Cold War’ warnings  Politico
  4. Letter from Rebecca Stimson, Facebook, 14 May 2018 ( PDF 17.39 MB) – Parliament UK  Parliament UK
  5. Justice Department and FBI Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica  New York Times
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Cambridge Analytica ran voter suppression campaigns, whistleblower claims

  1. Cambridge Analytica ran voter suppression campaigns, whistleblower claims  CNN
  2. Bannon and Cambridge Analytica planned suppression of black voters, whistleblower tells Senate  TechCrunch
  3. Facebook’s Zuckerberg to Meet European Officials Next Week  Wall Street Journal
  4. Letter from Rebecca Stimson, Facebook, 14 May 2018 ( PDF 17.39 MB) – Parliament UK  Parliament UK
  5. Justice Department and FBI Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica  New York Times
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Cambridge Analytica shared data with Russia: whistleblower

Cambridge Analytica shared data with Russia: whistleblowerPolitical consulting group Cambridge Analytica used Russian researchers and shared data with companies linked to Russian intelligence, a whistleblower told a congressional hearing on interference in the 2016 US election Wednesday. Christopher Wylie, who leaked information on the British-based firm’s hijacking of data on millions of Facebook users, told a Senate panel he believes Russian intelligence services had access to data harvested by the consultancy.


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Senate hears from Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie — live updates

  1. Senate hears from Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie — live updates  CBS News
  2. Mark Zuckerberg says no to UK government, again, over Cambridge Analytica  CNET
  3. The US Justice Department and FBI are reportedly investigating Cambridge Analytica  Business Insider
  4. Zuckerberg again snubs UK parliament over call to testify  TechCrunch
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Mark Zuckerberg says no to UK government, again, over Cambridge Analytica

  1. Mark Zuckerberg says no to UK government, again, over Cambridge Analytica  CNET
  2. The US Justice Department and FBI are reportedly investigating Cambridge Analytica  Business Insider
  3. Cambridge Analytica under federal investigation: Report  CBS News
  4. Zuckerberg again snubs UK parliament over call to testify  TechCrunch
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Cambridge Analytica under federal investigation: Report

  1. Cambridge Analytica under federal investigation: Report  CBS News
  2. The Justice Department and FBI are reportedly investigating Cambridge Analytica over Facebook scandal  The Verge
  3. Cambridge Analytica Being Investigated By Justice Department, FBI: Report  HuffPost
  4. Letter from Rebecca Stimson, Facebook, 14 May 2018 ( PDF 17.39 MB) – Parliament UK  Parliament UK
  5. Justice Department and FBI Are Investigating Cambridge Analytica  New York Times
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Anyone could download Cambridge researchers' 4-million-user Facebook data set for years

  1. Anyone could download Cambridge researchers’ 4-million-user Facebook data set for years  TechCrunch
  2. Data collected on 3 million Facebook users of a suspended app may have been exposed  VentureBeat
  3. Facebook has suspended hundreds of apps in its effort to uncover another Cambridge Analytica  Recode
  4. An Update on Our App Investigation and Audit | Facebook Newsroom  Facebook Newsroom
  5. Huge new Facebook data leak exposed intimate details of 3m users  New Scientist
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Facebook has suspended hundreds of apps in its effort to uncover another Cambridge Analytica

  1. Facebook has suspended hundreds of apps in its effort to uncover another Cambridge Analytica  Recode
  2. Data collected on 3 million Facebook users of a suspended app may have been exposed  VentureBeat
  3. Facebook suspends 200 apps after post-Cambridge Analytica audit  The Mercury News
  4. Are Privacy Issues and Data Abuses Really Just a Bug in the Facebook System?  CPO Magazine
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