A new report reveals what's really behind the Trump administration's push to revamp the 2020 survey.
Mark Zuckerberg promises to do better at protecting user data after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The fact is, European regulators are already forcing him to do so.
The special counsel's investigators are looking into how the Trump campaign collected and utilized voter data in battleground states, according to an unnamed source.
The Facebook CEO doesn't spell out what kind of rules he would support, beyond requiring clear disclosure about who is paying for online ads.
Computers analyze such data to look for patterns that might not be obvious, a technique a whistleblower says was used to learn about individuals and create an information cocoon to change their perceptions about the 2016 election.
"This was the weapon that Steve Bannon wanted to build to fight his culture war," says Christopher Wylie, who helped target 50 million Americans during the 2016 election.
Donald Trump's conviction that being president means doing whatever the hell you please is likely to cause him legal trouble.
The social media site suspends Cambridge Analytica over a massive data breach that is reported to have targeted voters in the 2016 U.S. election.