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Now Facebook will Tell You that your data was shared with Cambridge Analytica

Now Facebook will Tell You that your data was shared with Cambridge Analytica
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The world’s most using social network “Facebook” has announced that they will be going to inform users if their data was mistakenly shared with a political based website named “Cambridge analytica”. From today onward they will be going to confirm a “protecting your information” notice in the news feed section which will direct them to see which application or a website they have connected with Facebook to login. They can easily remove any of them which they don’t want to connect with Facebook.

Now Facebook will Tell You that your data was shared with Cambridge Analytica

The above mention link will also inform you that which user has been affected with this scandal with a message. Even they will let you know “We have banned the etc website” with “This is your Digital Life” which of your friend used FB to get login. Facebook say they did it because website has misused the Facebook information by sharing it with a company knows as Cambridge Analytica.

The “Cambridge Analytica” was accused that they have collected the data of millions of FB used without letting them in a loop. They justified that worked on FB ads for a campaign of President Donald Trump but said it was not used during US elections. After the CEO of Cambridge Analytics “Alexander Nix” got caught in a camera saying that the company has run all actions during US elections.

Earlier this week, FB reveals that the data of 87 million users has been negotiated resulting data scandal and most of the users had their public profiles rubbed. Data rubbing means dragging a data from website in a computer programming.

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Facebook said the data of more than 70 million users has been shockingly shared with Cambridge Analytica which is located in USA with affection of 1 million in UK, Philippines and Indonesia.

CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg is going to justify in a hearing before congress this Wednesday. Mark refused to appear a U.K selection committee, but unfortunately the lawmaker has said again to Zuckerberg to come and give evidence.