The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has declared their intent to fine Facebook £500,000 for its role in the Cambridge Analytica data leak scandal that accessed personal information from up to 87 million people.

By scraping Facebook data via a third-party plugin created by Cambridge, profiles of users were constructed and manipulated, according to ex-employee and whistle-blower Christopher Wylie.




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