Facebook/Cambridge Analytica 'the canary in the coalmine of a new Cold War', says whistleblower Wylie

John Leonard
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Whistleblowers, journalists and the ICO addressed the European Parliament on Monday

The UK information commissioner Elizabeth Denham, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Chris Wylie, his Facebook counterpart Sandy Parakilas, US professor David Carroll, and Observer and Guardian jour...

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