Facebook admits Cambridge Analytica hijacked data on up to 87M users


        Facebook will warn 87 million users, mostly in the U.S, that
        their data "may have been improperly shared with Cambridge
        Analytica by apps that they or their friends used", the
        company just announced. Facebook CTO Mike Schoepfer tells
        TechCrunch that Facebook will warn these users with a notice
        atop the News Feed with information about what data of theirs
        might have been attained, and what they should do now. It will
        also show its new bulk app permissions removal tool atop the

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