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Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal: What Mark Zuckerberg said about the ‘major breach of trust’

BGR India Thursday, 22 March 2018
Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal: What Mark Zuckerberg said about the ‘major breach of trust’It has been a long week for Facebook. After five days of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally came out of ‘ghosting’ and decided to apologize for what he called a ‘major breach of trust’ of users. Last weekend, it was discovered that data firm, Cambridge Analytica, allegedly duped Facebook into accessing […]
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