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    Cambridge Analytica to close after Facebook data scandal

    The decision follows weeks of intense pressure on the company after allegations emerged it may have hijacked up to 87 million Facebook users' data.
  2. PM Lee speaking with students at SUTD dialogue

    Government will ‘progress carefully’ in collecting information while respecting privacy: PM Lee

    Speaking at a dialogue at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, Mr Lee cited the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, saying that ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: The Facebook logo and emoticons are seen on a coffee mug at the reception of its new of

    Commentary: Facebook’s fake news crisis is a product of Silicon Valley culture

    The Cambridge Analytica scandal is a predictable consequence of tech sector norms and American lawmakers’ “wait and see” attitude, says one ...
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    Commentary: Social media data gatherers should be regulated like financial advisers

    Facebook and Twitter hold and use assets that belong to their customers, says one observer from the Financial Times.
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    Commentary: Deactivate Facebook? Your online privacy depends also on your friends’ data habits

    The silver lining to the Cambridge Analytica case is that more people are recognising that we pay for online services with not only our own ...
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    Commentary: Curb Facebook? Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater

    Social media gathering of our data has been a force for good in some areas, says one observer from NTU’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and ...
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    Can’t remember what you did 10 years ago? Facebook has a better memory than you do

    Facebook is in the spotlight over the way it collects data and how it has been used by companies such as Cambridge Analytica, raising questions ...
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    Commentary: Higher stakes in data privacy crisis yet Facebook’s response is business as usual

    The US company’s response is a classic example of how companies deal with calls for more regulation, says one observer at the Financial Times.