Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has admitted his mistake regarding data theft of British election consultancy firm and announced new steps of privacy. According to the details, founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg has admitted his mistake saying that we have suffered in the case of Cambridge Analytica, whatever has happened we had taken steps several years ago to be safe from it.
He announced new steps of privacy and said that if we cannot protect the data of the people, then we should quit. Further steps of protection will be taken in light of Cambridge Analytica scandal. All those applications will be investigated, which were available before 2014, for data purposes.
Mark Zuckerberg said I am saddened that we were unable to do anything regarding Cambridge Analytica issue. Facebook should progress further regarding the issue.
It should be noted that British election consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica is alleged for accessing private information of millions of Facebook users and to impact elections taking place in different parts of the world.
The controversy revolves around US social media company Facebook and British election consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica, who were alleged for accessing the information of the users and then using the data for different purposes.