Scientist in Facebook data scandal says being scapegoated

Scientist in Facebook data scandal says being scapegoatedThe academic behind the app that allowed consulting firm Cambridge Analytica to farm the data of some 87 million Facebook users said Monday he was being scapegoated while the social network was being “mined left and right by thousands” of companies. Aleksandr Kogan, who teaches at Cambridge University, told a British parliamentary committee that criticism of his work by Facebook showed the US social media giant was in “PR crisis mode”. “I don’t believe they actually think these things because I think they realise that their platform has been mined left and right by thousands of others,” said the Russian-American scientist, who is now banned from Facebook.


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Lawmakers grill app maker at heart of Facebook scandal

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  2. Facebook’s new authorization process for political ads goes live in the US  TechCrunch
  3. Facebook insists you’re not the product and claims it’s not selling your data to anyone  BGR
  4. Aleksandr Kogan: The link between Cambridge Analytica and Facebook  CBS News
  5. Indian data on Indian servers  Financial Express
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Facebook data scandal: Researcher said company response just 'PR spin'

  1. Facebook data scandal: Researcher said company response just ‘PR spin’  USA TODAY
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  4. Should Apple Create a Social Media Network?  PCMag
  5. Social Media Roundup: Facebook External Tracking, Instagram Explore Redesign, New Snapchat Filters  Forbes
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Facebook scandal is the tip of the iceberg

  1. Facebook scandal is the tip of the iceberg  Daily Sabah
  2. Facebook to warn of higher costs as Cambridge Analytica scandal takes bite out of profits  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Facebook’s Privacy Changes Look Different for Europeans and Americans  Independent Recorder
  4. What Facebook’s terms and conditions really ought to say  The Guardian
  5. Did Mark Zuckerberg make Facebook vulnerable to anti-terrorism lawsuits?  The Jerusalem Post
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Facebook to warn of higher costs as Cambridge Analytica scandal takes bite out of profits

  1. Facebook to warn of higher costs as Cambridge Analytica scandal takes bite out of profits  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Facebook’s Privacy Changes Look Different for Europeans and Americans  Independent Recorder
  3. Facebook Pixel & GDPR: Advertisers and publishers need to ask consent  PPC Land
  4. What Facebook’s terms and conditions really ought to say  The Guardian
  5. Did Mark Zuckerberg make Facebook vulnerable to anti-terrorism lawsuits?  The Jerusalem Post
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Nomura Says Abe Scandal, Trade Risk Could Erupt for Japan Stocks

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  3. North Korea and economic ties on agenda as Chinese and Japanese foreign ministers meet in Tokyo  South China Morning Post
  4. ‘Is This Still a Buddy Movie?’ Trump and Japan’s Leader Will Soon Find Out  New York Times
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Study: Facebook Users Less Engaged After Privacy Scandal

  1. Study: Facebook Users Less Engaged After Privacy Scandal  Android Headlines
  2. Facebook’s Zuckerberg got grilled, but nothing’s really changed  KHOU.com
  3. Facebook Doesn’t Need To Listen Through Your Microphone To Serve You Creepy Ads  EFF
  4. OPINION: Hating Facebook won’t stop us from using it  Independent Online
  5. Facebook-quitting advice from a professional internet quitter  The Verge
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Why Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson's Cheating Scandal Feels So Weirdly Personal

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Why Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson's Cheating Scandal Feels So Weirdly Personal

  1. Why Khloe Kardashian & Tristan Thompson’s Cheating Scandal Feels So Weirdly Personal  Bustle
  2. Khloé Kardashian’s Newborn Daughter Is ‘Very Cute with Lots of Black Hair’: Source  PEOPLE.com
  3. Khloe Kardashian fans spot Gabrielle Union in Tristan Thompson ‘cheating’ photo, prompting explanation  Fox News
  4. This is how much Khloe Kardashian (and her new baby) are worth  cosmopolitan.com (UK)
  5. Inside Khloe Kardashian’s Dramatic Final Days Before Giving Birth  E! Online
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Users and advertisers are mostly unfazed by Facebook scandal

  1. Users and advertisers are mostly unfazed by Facebook scandal  TechCrunch
  2. Diamond and Silk aren’t ready to accept Facebook’s apologies for deeming page ‘unsafe’  New York Daily News
  3. Will Facebook be regulated?  Recode
  4. Fact-checking Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony on Facebook and data collection  Washington Post
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EU Demands Facebook's Full Cooperation Over Privacy Scandal

  1. EU Demands Facebook’s Full Cooperation Over Privacy Scandal  Android Headlines
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  3. Facebook And Other Firms Have A Ton Of Data On You. Here’s How To Limit That  NPR
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  5. Commentary: Why hating Facebook won’t stop us from using it  Reuters
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