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Facebook will let you know if your Cambridge Analytica data has been transmitted. And they will tell you how to defend yourselves

on Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:55 pm
Starting at 19.00 in Kiev, Facebook will tell users whether they have 87 million profiles, which information was transferred to Cambridge Analytica

CNBC reports.

Each profile owner will receive one of two messages about whether their private information has suffered.

The company also said that people will be shown what applications and what information they could collect. Yes, you can see the "protect your information" link at the top of the news screen.

When you click on it, you'll go to the section where you will see which programs and websites you used to sign in to Facebook, and delete them or disconnect from your account.



Recall that the scandal began after it turned out that Cambridge Analytica was collecting data from millions of users. Cambridge Analytica said it acquired information through the "This Is Your Digital Life" program, not knowing that this data was collected illegally.

-The board of the British consulting company Cambridge Analytica dismissed the general director of Alexander Niks.

-Mark Zuckerberg admitted that the company "made a mistake".

-The European Parliament and Government of Germany have also asked Zuckerberg to provide explanations for the personal data abuse situation that Cambridge Analytica managed.

-Facebook posted ads on Sunday's releases of several major British newspapers, including The Sunday Times and The Observer, which, on behalf of Mark Zuckerberg, apologized to users of the social network for blown up trust.

-In the U.S., three Facebook Messenger users filed a lawsuit against the company due to a data leak of 50 million people, including friends and phone contacts.

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