Mark Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook’s company disappointed users and erred in allowing a third party to discard client data in election campaigns around the world. He admitted the mistake, promised to make amends, and the hearing was heard in Congress.
We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can’t, then we don’t deserve to serve in it, Mark Zuckerberg wrote, among other things, on the case of secret and dishonest data processing by Cambridge Analytica on his Facebook profile.
In an interview with CNN, Zuckerberg said he would appear before a member of the US Congress over the case.
We’ll put in a hunter who knows best about what Congress wants to find out. When it’s going to j, I’ll go there rd, ekl f Facebook. He again admitted that Facebook was wrong and promised to increase control over the access of Internet development companies to user data.
Cambridge Analytica, a London consultant, obtained information on fifty million Facebook users and used them, among other things, in the development of software tools to support Donald Trump’s election campaigns in 2016, as well as in other countries outside the Czech Republic. Due to the current case and disagreement with the management of the company, Facebook resigned from its position.
In a Wednesday interview with WiredZuckerberg magazine, he said that his company had not found a connection between Cambridge Analytica and the Russian Internet Research Agency, which produces demagogic and false information and is out in the world.
Facebook now improves the protection of personal data and restricts access to it by applications from other companies. Zuckerberg made the tact in his first-ever public comment on the affair, which was slashed by a two-time Facebook client and caused his company’s action at prices.
I tried to understand what exactly happened to make sure it didn’t happen again. There has been a breach between Facebook and the people who share their data with them. So tell them we’re going to smear them. This did not happen and we must rectify it, Zuckerberg wrote, and his conspirators in the USA and Britain called on him to explain the case.
Cambridge Analytica’s data was helped by a personal jury created by academician Alexander Kogan, who worked with the company. 300,000 users registered for its application, but the rules of Facebook until 2016 allowed the application free access to data on all friends of registered persons.
Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that Facebook would restrict the access of applications created outside the company to the data of the owner.
20. bezna 2018