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Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix gives evidence to the Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport Committee.

Former Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix called the prime minister of Barbados the n-word, according to a leaked email

A leaked email obtained by the Guardian show former Cambridge Analytica boss CEO Alexander Nix used the n-word referring to the prime minister of Barbados Mia Mottley, as well as its information minister Lucille Moe.
SCL founder Nigel Oakes praised former Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix.

The founder of Cambridge Analytica’s parent company admits he lacked an ‘ethical radar’

Nigel Oakes, the founder of Cambridge Analytica's parent company SCL Group, said in an interview that he operated 'without much of an ethical radar.' He said the industry of data mining requires regulation, yet praised former Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix.
Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Facebook hits an all-time high ahead of earnings

Facebook will report its first full quarterly earnings following the Cambridge Analytica scandal that wiped billions from its market value earlier this year.
Alexander Nix, the former CEO of Cambridge Analytica.

Cambridge Analytica tried to sell itself to 18,000 buyers — but received just 4 paltry offers

Scandal-hit political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica offered itself for sale to more than 18,000 parties after going into administration. A report filed to the UK's Companies House outlines how administrators tried to drum up as much cash as possible by selling the company.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook introduced secretive new developer terms to prevent another Cambridge Analytica

There are new details of the secretive new terms Facebook is asking developers to sign before they can run apps on the social network. These are designed to help Facebook police what data developers use and to prevent a second Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

The UK’s privacy watchdog has fined Facebook £500,000 — the maximum amount — over Cambridge Analytica

Facebook is being fined the maximum amount possible after being accused of breaking the law twice over the scandal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook has embraced one-time enemy Twitter as it cleans up the Cambridge Analytica mess

Here's an irony: Facebook is going all in on Twitter, a service once apparently described by Mark Zuckerberg as 'a clown car that fell into a gold mine.' Zuckerberg hasn't tweeted since 2012, but his company account has embraced Twitter and its most avid users — journalists.
Tim Berners-Lee is the inventor of the world wide web.

‘The web had failed instead of served humanity’: Tim Berners-Lee was crushed by Russia using Facebook to meddle in the US election

World wide web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee said that he was 'devastated' by recent abuses of the web in an interview with Vanity Fair. He is working on a new platform, named Solid, to re-decentralise the internet and take power away from monopolies like Google and Facebook.
Acxiom CEO Scott Howe

Ad holding company IPG plans to buy Acxiom’s data-marketing division for $2.3 billion

Interpublic Group announced a deal Monday to buy Acxiom's Marketing Solutions business. That division provides three-fourths of Acxiom's revenue.

The Justice Department and FBI’s probe into Cambridge Analytica is now looking at Facebook, and the SEC and FTC are getting involved

Previously, the DOJ and the FBI were focusing on Cambridge Analytica. Now they, along with the SEC and FTC, are scrutinizing Facebook's public statements about the matter.