— Robert Gifford (@robjgifford) March 26, 2018
All this… seems significant. You more technologically adept people want to explain why it is or isn’t?
Wow. Brilliant new technical details here. Gizmodo has found the code. Proof that AIQ – the company which worked for Vote Leave in Brexit – built Cambridge Analytica's tech. Also Ted Cruz's and the Osnovo party in Ukraine. https://t.co/GCBWwH84r6 via @gizmodo
— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) March 26, 2018
I found Bannon's tools.
Facebook ad tools, scrapers, targeting scripts, etc.
Federal authorities have it all now.
Smoking gun evidence involving foreign influence in US elections.
Reports going up momentarily at: https://t.co/nLj8P5DeaG and https://t.co/ZjfGvuXqsx pic.twitter.com/B9uPUHX0KZ
— Chris Vickery (@VickerySec) March 26, 2018
Facebook’s privacy practices are being investigated by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, as Bloomberg reported last week.
At issue: Facebook's handling of personal user data that was transferred to Cambridge Analytica without users’ knowledge. https://t.co/t36yfb0oGR
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) March 26, 2018
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is about failing to protect the privacy of users’ data, writes Susan Landau. "And Facebook is in no position to change that, for the sharing of user data lies at the heart of Facebook’s business," she says. https://t.co/qKehVVVSIS
— Lawfare (@lawfareblog) March 26, 2018
a BIG implication in this NOT TO BE MISSED:
Federal complaints against #CambridgeAnalytica raise potential criminal liability for members of Trump, Kruz campaigns—plus #Mercers, #JohnBolton's PAC, #Bannon—who may have "aided and abetted" Analytica:https://t.co/XC87Ucyifn
— Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) March 26, 2018