Archiv der Kategorie: Datenschutz

Facebook: Datenschutzskandal – Anfrage nach dem Freedom of Information Act betr.: Dr Aleksandr Kogan, Cambridge University, and his work with Global Science Research and Cambridge Analytica

Anfrage nach dem Freedom of Information Act betr.: Dr Aleksandr Kogan, Cambridge University, and his work with Global Science Research and Cambridge Analytica using data acquired from Facebook through the “This is your digital life” app. George Engels, WikiTribune. Antwort von James Knapton, University of Cambridge. 2 S.

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Cambridge University declines our information request over Cambridge Analytica
https://www.wikitribune.com/story/2018/04/20/business/cambridge-university-declines-our-information-request-over-cambridge-analytica/66865/

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Facebook, social media privacy, and the use and abuse of data. Hearing. U.S. Senate

Facebook, social media privacy, and the use and abuse of data. Hearing. U.S. Senate, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation and Committee on the Judiciary. Chairmen: John Thune, Chuck Grassley. Witness: Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
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Witness testimony, opening statements, video (5:33:44)

Facebook / Cambridge Analytica – UK Parliament, … Subject: Fake news. Witnesses: Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Christopher Wylie

UK Parliament, House of Commons, Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. Subject: Fake news. Witnesses: Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Christopher Wylie. Videomitschnitt, 10:43
„After revelations … that 50 million Facebook users’ data was allegedly used by British firm Cambridge Analytica (CA) to micro target voters during the Trump campaign, …“
 
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Cambridge Analytica: Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie, and Paul-Olivier Dehaye to give evidence

Facebook: Datenschutzskandal – The work of SCL elections, Cambridge Analytica, …

The work of SCL elections, Cambridge Analytica, Global Science Research, Aggregate IQ, their connections, and their use of data and microtargeting voters during elections. Written evidence. Background papers. Submitted by Christopher Wylie. UK Parliament, House of Commons, Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee. 122 S. [getr. Zählung]
Also contains case studies and insights into the worldwide work done for clients by SCL elections.
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Committee publishes written evidence from Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower
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Data misuse whistleblower gives evidence to UK parliament
„Wylie alleges data from 50 million Facebook users could have been acquired by Cambridge Analytica in breach of Facebook privacy rules. This data was then used to develop software that allowed Donald J. Trump’s campaign to precisely target and sway voters in the 2016 election.“

Leitfaden zur unmittelbaren Anwendbarkeit der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung

Three years of the right to be forgotten. Google

Three years of the right to be forgotten. Theo Bertram, … All authors are affiliated with Google. 17 S.
 
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Google: Updating our “right to be forgotten” transparency report