LONDON – The former boss of Cambridge Analytica, Alexander Nix, testifies likely not as planned Wednesday for British parliamentarians in the house of Commons. Nix would be an explanation on the role of his in marketing and data analysis specialist company in the large-scale privacy scandal Facebook.
But his advisers have against the relevant parliamentary committee said that there is a legal kink in the cable. Nix is also called to testify by the national supervisor ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) and there is a criminal touch to.
That keeps Nix now, according to councillors in public at the parliamentary committee from the school to fold. The president of the commission, Damian Collins, is to say not satisfied.