Facebook really doesn't want you to read these emails - 2019-08-23

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F0.png Facebook really doesn't want you to read these emails August 23, 2019, Natasha Lomas, TechCrunch

The blog post Facebook would really prefer you didn't notice is tucked away in a News sub-section of this website — where it's been confusingly entitled: Document Holds the Potential for Confusion. And has an unenticing grey image of a document icon to further put you off — just in case you happened to stumble on it after all. It's almost as if Facebook is saying "definitely don't click here"…

So what is Facebook trying to bury in the horse latitudes of summer?

An internal email chain, starting September 2015, which shows a glimpse of what Facebook's own staff knew about the activity of Cambridge Analytica prior to The Guardian's December 2015 scoop — when the newspaper broke the story that the controversial (and now defunct) data analytics firm, then working for Ted Cruz's presidential campaign, had harvested data on millions of Facebook users without their knowledge and/or consent, and was using psychological insights gleaned from the data to target voters.

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