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6:15 PM ET, March 18, 2018

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New York Times:
Sources and documents reveal how Cambridge Analytica used harvested personal information from 50M Facebook profiles to build psychological profiles of US voters  —  LONDON — As the upstart voter-profiling company Cambridge Analytica prepared to wade into the 2014 American midterm elections, it had a problem.
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Carole Cadwalladr / The Guardian:
Profile of Christopher Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica employee who is now blowing the whistle on his ex-employer's data harvesting practices  —  Now, 28-year-old Christopher Wylie goes on the record to discuss his role in hijacking the profiles of millions of Facebook users in order to target the US electorate
Paul Grewal / Facebook:
Facebook suspends Trump- and Brexit-affiliated data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica after reports it and affiliated psychologist lied about data retention  —  We are suspending Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL), including their political data analytics firm, Cambridge Analytica, from Facebook.
Washington Post:
Two former FTC officials say Facebook may have violated 2011 privacy consent decree as US and UK politicians demand more information from Zuckerberg personally  —  Two former federal officials who crafted the landmark consent decree governing how Facebook handles user privacy say the company …
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
How Facebook's old terms of service allowed Cambridge Analytica to get data on 50M people from just 270K users of an app that used Facebook Login  —  Facebook says it isn't at fault.  —  Cambridge Analytica, the data analytics firm that helped Donald Trump get elected president …
Caroline Linton / CBS News:
Facebook “privately welcomed” help of Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie, then publicly suspended his account, says his attorney  —  Facebook announced Friday it had suspended the account of Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower from data firm Cambridge Analytica …
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David Roberts / Vox:
New York Times editorials are meant to challenge liberal views with conservative writers but don't reflect the conservative politics that elected Trump  —  It wants to challenge its readers, but not with the ugly truth.  —  The New York Times editorial page has come in for a great deal …
Discussion: SPLICETODAY.com and bookforum.com
Sarah Jeong / The Verge:
A guide to American music copyright laws, which have enabled Wixen Publishing to sue Spotify for $1.6B and which have failed to respond to technological change  —  The hidden costs of streaming music  —  Spotify is finally gearing up to go public, and the company's February 28th filing …
Ginny Marvin / Marketing Land:
Reddit to launch native promoted posts on iOS on March 19, on Android in coming weeks; says mobile apps account for 41% of time spent across platforms  —  The company says its iOS and Android apps are now the most popular way for users to access Reddit content on mobile.
Discussion: Android Community
The Wire:
Editor-in-chief of Indian newspaper The Tribune resigns just weeks after publishing government exposé; sources say paper's trustees are under govt. pressure  —  New Delhi: Harish Khare, editor-in-chief of The Tribune, the independent, Chandigarh-based newspaper known for punching above …
 
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