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    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Mar 2018, 1:21 am

    Mark admits leaking personal data to 50 million users "Facebook"
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     Follow-up / Sky Press:

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg expressed his long silence, expressing "regret" at the "mistakes" after a debate over the past few days about the illegal use of personal data of millions of users by the British company Cambridge Analytica.

    We are responsible for making sure that this does not happen again, "Zuckerberg said in an interview with CNN.

    Zuckerberg said he was "delighted" to testify before the US Congress.

    Despite the widening scandal, Zuckerberg remained silent until Wednesday, when he posted on his Facebook page an admission of "mistakes" and "bears responsibility for what happened," but without apologizing. Shortly afterwards, the second official at the site, Cheryl Sandberg, expressed "regret".

    Zuckerberg pledged to limit the access of third-party applications to personal data and to give them careful review. He also pledged to inform all users whose data could have been used without their consent.

    Facebook has faced a crisis since it emerged that Cambridge Analytics had unknowingly collected 50 million users to develop a program that would allow voters to vote and influence voters in order to intervene in President Trump's campaign in 2016.

    A former Facebook official said Cambridge Analytica had used a third application called This Easy Digital Life, developed by Russian researcher Alexander Kogan to collect the data, taking advantage of a loophole the site was aware of.

    "Once the data is released from Facebook servers, there is no censorship and they do not know what will happen," said Sandy Barakilas, a former Facebook development official before a committee in the British parliament. "Facebook was aware of what was happening and did not inform anyone," Barraklas said.

    But Facebook says it learned in 2015 that Kogan handed over the data to Cambridge Analytica, and the researcher himself confirmed that the data had been scanned, which turned out to be untrue.




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