The data scandal involving the analysis of company Cambridge Analytica passed on the Internet group Facebook: the attorney General of The U.S. government, district of Washington, D. C., Karl A. Racine, has filed a lawsuit against the company. Racine, accused Facebook of misuse of Data by the company Cambridge Analytica.

In March, the Cambridge had overthrown-Analytica scandal Facebook in a serious crisis. At the time, it was announced that Cambridge Analytica had used data from up to 87 million users in the election campaign of 2016, in favor of the US President Donald Trump (read here how the company was going on and why is it controversial).

Racine threw Facebook, according to the Reuters news Agency to have its users deceived: Facebook have already known two years of the incident, before the collection of user data had been prevented. “Facebook has failed to protect the privacy of its Users and deceived them about who had access to their data and how they were used,” said Racine. The users had been exposed to the risk of Manipulation. The company expressed first of all to the allegations.

Only on Tuesday, the questionable data had become a deal between Facebook and other American technology companies known As Spotify and Netflix from Facebook to Read under certain conditions, about, Write, and delete permissions for the private messages of Facebook users.


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