As distractions go, it couldn’t have been better timed. Just as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s corporate juggernaut was being engulfed by a crisis it steadfastly had refused to confront for years, Donald Trump rode to the rescue, upping the ante in his ongoing trade skirmish with China . It wasn’t as though Facebook escaped the caning meted out by Wall Street over Trump’s latest assault on global trade, shedding a further couple of per cent to extend losses to 10 per cent in just eight trading sessions. But the trade fight provided welcome respite to the escalating crisis threatening to spill over into the broader technology sector, whose soaring share prices have helped propel Wall Street’s extraordinary performance in recent years. Zuckerberg finally apologised for the failures last week , and has since used ads in multiple US and UK newspapers to say sorry . But there is more to revelations than a shadowy consultancy used Facebook to mine the personal data of millions of individuals to try to influence the election. Technically, at least according to Facebook, Cambridge Analytica — once run by former Trump adviser Steve Bannon — did not breach its privacy provisions when it accessed psychometric… Read full this story
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