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Inside Facebook, "speculation" about Cambridge Analytica as early as September 2015

CBS News Friday, 22 March 2019
More than a year before the presidential election, employees expressed concern about a political consulting company scraping data
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Facebook was warned about issues with Cambridge Analytica months before the first reports in 2015. According to Business Insider, a court filing reveals that an employee was raising red flags internally back in September 2015. Facebook says it hasn't "misled" anyone about the timeline of the scandal....

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