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Campaign 2016 / Cambridge Analytica / Facebook #1122181

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 21, 2018
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(Studio: David Muir) The message to Facebook users from CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the data breach from Cambridge Analytica quoted.

(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) A report special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is zeroing in on Cambridge Analytica examined; video shown of Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix talking about their role for Donald Trump's presidential election campaign. [Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher WYLIE†- explains their testing.] [Last night, TRUMP - says the term "drain the swamp" was given to him.] How Cambridge Analytica got access to the data of 50 million from Facebook noted. [On CNN, Aleksandr KOGAN - talks about the data.] The claim from Cambridge Analytica they destroyed the Facebook data & how the Facebook profile works discussed,

Muir, David;
Jarvis, Rebecca

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