Cambridge Analytica: Facebook row firm boss suspended


Cambridge Analytica, the unswerving involved in a row over its use of Facebook data, has suspended its boss Alexander Nix.

In a communication it said Mr Nix’s comments, secretly recorded by Channel 4 News, «do not represent the values or operations of the limited company».

In news reports shown on Monday, Mr Nix suggested tactics his company could use to blacken politicians online.

However, Cambridge Analytica said the report had «grossly perverted» the conversations caught on camera.

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