Cambridge Analytica whistleblower to testify next week in front of Congress

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The Cambridge Analytica scandal isn’t going away. In fact, it’s heading straight to Washington, D.C. 

Christopher Wylie tweeted early Saturday morning that he would soon testify in front of Congress. Wylie made international waves when he came forward in a Guardian story to blow the whistle on the now infamous data analytics firm that misappropriated Facebook user data and worked on behalf of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. 

“I have accepted invitations to testify next week at the US House Intelligence Committee and House Judiciary Committee,” he wrote. “Democracies around the world are under threat from malicious actors who seek to use social media as an information battleground. We must take this seriously.”  Read more…

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