Computer science faces an ethics crisis. The Cambridge Analytica scandal proves it.
Computer science faces an ethics crisis. The Cambridge Analytica scandal proves it. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at a conference in San Jose, Calif., in 2017. Cambridge Analytica scraped up Facebook data from more than 50 million people.
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The evil genius of Cambridge Analytica was to exploit those we trust most
We trust our friends far more than any institution – a vulnerability Cambridge Analytica exploited via Facebook. But we won’t be so trusting again