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Cambridge Analytica: Will data scandal firm return from the dead? - BBC News

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Cambridge Analytica's Washington office has been left unmanned Are Cambridge Analytica and its parent SCL Elections as dead as they seem? The businesses issued a statement on Wednesday, saying they had started bankruptcy proceedings, blaming a "siege of media coverage" related to the Facebook data-harvesting scandal for the decision. The document added that staff were being laid off as a consequence. But the role of two other London-registered operati...
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Cambridge Analytica is Dead! So What? Emerdata is enough to Break India | IndiaFactsIndiaFacts

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Publication Date: 2018-05-05
After indulging in massive data theft, in their attempt to ensure a victory for their clients by spreading lies through the Social Websites, Cambridge Analytica and SCL have announced closure of their firms due to unavoidable circumstances. The Founder Director has also appealed to the Government to compensate or clear the debts blaming the media hullabaloo that caused company running up huge debts becoming bankrupt and thus facing closure. It literally means that Cambridge Analytica is on th...
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Cambridge Analytica: Will data scandal firm return from the dead? - BBC News

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Cambridge Analytica's Washington office has been left unmanned Are Cambridge Analytica and its parent SCL Elections as dead as they seem? The businesses issued a statement on Wednesday, saying they had started bankruptcy proceedings, blaming a "siege of media coverage" related to the Facebook data-harvesting scandal for the decision. The document added that staff were being laid off as a consequence. But the role of two other London-registered operati...
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Cambridge Analytica Is Dead, Long Live Our Data | Boston Review

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Publication Date: 2018-05-24
8 Min read time Share: Image: Book Catalog Were data crimes perpetrated against U.S. voters? We are about to know a lot more. Last March I was sitting at the kitchen table, enjoying my morning coffee, when an email from data.compliance@sclgroup.cc arrived. Two months earlier, I had requested my data from the Trump campaign’s data analytics firm, Cambridge Analytica, and the subject line of this new email (“Next steps in your request”) seemed promising. Cambridge Analytica, a part of the Br...

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