Zuck apologizes for Cambridge Analytica liaison with full-page imitation ad

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Facebook arch Mark Zuckerberg has taken out a full page ad in a Washington Post, a New York Times, a Wall Street Journal and 6 UK papers currently to apologize Cambridge Analytica scandal, according to CNN’s Brian Stelter.

The ad starts in confidant letters, saying:

“We have a shortcoming to strengthen your information. If we can’t, we don’t merit it.”

The ad was published on Sunday, following Zuck’s initial open confirmation of a emanate on Facebook and a successive media debate progressing this week.

Congress has also put Mark Zuckerberg on notice to potentially come pronounce with them, with Senator Kennedy of Louisiana enlivening Zuck to “do a common clarity thing and hurl adult his sleeves and take a suggestive volume of time articulate to [them].”

For those of we still uncertain what’s going on with Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, we can see a full play-by-play here.

Here’s a full twin from a imitation ad:

We have a shortcoming to strengthen your information. If we can’t, we don’t merit it.

You might have listened about a ask app built by a university researcher that leaked Facebook information of millions of people in 2014. This was a crack of trust, and I’m contemptible we didn’t do some-more during a time. We’re now holding stairs to make certain this doesn’t occur again.

We’ve already stopped apps like this from removing so most information. Now we’re tying a information apps get when we pointer in regulating Facebook.

We’re also questioning each singular app that had entrance to vast amounts of information before we bound this. We design there are others. And when we find them, we will anathema them and tell everybody affected.

Finally, we’ll remind we of that apps you’ve given entrance to your information — so we can close off a ones we don’t wish anymore.

Thank we for desiring in this community. we guarantee to do improved for you.

Mark Zuckerberg