A year after Cambridge Analytica scandal, calls for a national data strategy grow
Sunday, 17 March 2019 () It's been one year since the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal set off a litany of questions about who has the right to access data and how it's stored. With the Liberal government's budget just around the corner, some business leaders and academics are once again demanding a national data strategy.
Good news has emerged out of the noise and mixed - or even unclear - economic data. There are two data points that could emerge from wage growth investors need to consider: Inflation and interest rate..
Further details have emerged about when and how much Facebook knew about data-scraping by the disgraced and now defunct Cambridge Analytica political data firm.... TechCrunch Also reported by •engadget •Sify