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Commons culture committee slams Facebook for 'disappointing' level of transparency following Cambridge Analytica scandal

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Commons culture committee not impressed with Facebook's evidence in 'fake news' enquiry

The UK Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has slammed Facebook, labelling the social network "disappointing" for not being completely transparent following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

After Facebook "did not provide a sufficient level of detail and transparency", the Chair of the Committee, Damian Collins MP, said in an open letter published on Wednesday that the social media giant must not be taking the whole thing as seriously as it says it is.

He continued: "It is disappointing that a company with the resources of Facebook chooses not to provide a sufficient level of detail and transparency on various points including on Cambridge Analytica […] and that shows general discrepancies between Mike Schroepfer [the company's chief technology officer] and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's respective testimonies."

The Committee said it expected "both detail and data", but in a...(continued)

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