According to complaints issued yesterday by the SEC, Facebook employees tried to warn the company about cambridge analytica’sactivities in early September 2015. Along with a lawsuit that emerged earlier this year, it was revealed that Facebook knew its concerns about the controversial data company.
In some of the SEC’s red flag complaints, Cambridge Analytica’s potential misuse of Facebook user data, cambridge analytica’s characterization of the market-leaking data modeling company, political advertising the concerns he has been concerned with by employees in his unit are already known to Facebook.
On Wednesday, the SEC said it would impose a $100m fine as part of an agreement on facebook’s investigation into the social network’s handling of user data. Facebook quietly said it had agreed to pay $100 million. It is possible to say that Facebook wants to turn over a new page on privacy and data protection.
When asked about the details in the SEC document, a Facebook spokesperson pointed to statements he made earlier this year after court rulings suggested that staff working in September 2015 had been proposed. As of March, employees have heard of Cambridge Analytica’s speculation.
A Facebook spokesperson added that they took action when they learned that Kogan had violated Facebook’s data usage policies. But there are signs here that confuse us. Doesn’t he care about facebook people’s opinions? Or does he have other things he’s hiding out about the Cambridge Analytics scandal? We can say that the answer to these questions will arise as the subject is examined.