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Cambridge Analytica ‘broken by journalists who Brexit wanted to stop’

The director of Cambridge Analytica, Alexander Nix on Wednesday in the British parliament said that he is the victim feels from the ‘unfair coverage’ about his company. That would be broken are made by journalists that are still the Brexit wanted to stop.’

Nix appeared today for the first time since his company on the bottle went in the British parliament. That as a result of the revelations of the former employee, Christopher Wylie, who in march of the jaw had been informed of how Cambridge Analytica in a dubious manner, the data of facebook users collected and to customers for resale. This would include the referendum on the Brexit are affected.

According to Nix has whistleblower Wylie, however, mainly lies sold. “By his fabrications is my company become the victim of a coordinated attack by the liberal media, as he spoke to members of parliament.

Nix: ‘The messages about Cambridge Analytica went instantly viral, while they are full of lies stood. The journalists that all those messages to the world instuurden, there were only out of the Brexit, or a second referendum to enforce.’

Conspiracy theory

‘If you today in my shoes, you would be very badly treated feel’, he cast the members of parliament.

Nix rejected further the assumption that Cambridge Analytica, a decisive role would have played in the referendum on the Brexit.

“It is truly staggering that a conspiracy theory as much attention has been given, and our company as a damage. Research in the future will ever make up that we have absolutely nothing to do with that referendum.’

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