The Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook and deleting your account

The Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook and deleting your account

The Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook and deleting your account

Three-quarters of Facebook users have remained faithful to the platform despite the privacy scandals, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll. "It is important that Professor Carroll, and other members of the public, understand what personal data Cambridge Analytica held and how they analysed it".

According to the survey the social media website's reputation among users seems to have been tarnished very little.

The national online poll, conducted April 26-30, found that about half of Facebook's American users said they had not recently changed the amount that they used the site, and another quarter said they were using it more.

The UK privacy watchdog has ordered Cambridge Analytica to hand over all its information on an American academic, including details of how it obtained his data and what it was used for.

Pachter stated, "I have yet to read an article that says a single person has been harmed by the breach". The derivative models are indeed more valuable than the raw data itself, since it targets and collates the raw data into usable analytics and statistics. While the original data was deleted, Cambridge Analytica kept derivatives of that data.

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Reuters and Ipsos on Sunday released the results of a poll conducted in April querying USA social media users' habits a month after the dodgy data revelations. Just 55 percent and 60 percent of Twitter/Instagram users said they were aware of current privacy settings, while 58 and 65 percent said they knew how to change their settings.

Facebook's $41 billion in revenue in 2017 was entirely generated by selling advertisements targetted with user data.

However, only 23 percent of Facebook users said they have "total control" over the information they store on the platform, with 49 percent believing they have "some control" and 20 percent said they had "no control". And 55 per cent of Twitter users knew their privacy settings, and 58 per cent knew how to use them.

British authorities on Thursday said that their investigation into the scandal involving will not be impacted with the shutdown of the political consulting firm.

Among the biggest announcements made in the conference was Facebook's plans to build a "Clear History" privacy tool which will enable users to see the websites and apps that send information to Facebook when they use them.

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