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"More than one hundred million dollars of his own money in a race that political observers say could end up being the most expensive gubernatorial contest in us history cambridge analytica has suspended its ceo alexander knicks affected immediately as npr's colin dwyer reports the move comes as the london based data mining firm deals with a series of high profile allegations cambridge analytica stands accused of improperly accessing data on fifty million facebook users for political purposes both companies are facing scrutiny because of it but cambridge analytica also had another scandal surfaced this week a british broadcaster released hidden camera footage of it's ceo appearing to confirm the company has engaged in dirty political tricks cambridge analytic kaz board of directors say nixon's comments do not represent the company's values it is suspending and replacing him during an independent investigation that's unlikely to satisfy the british government though officials there want to see sees the company's servers to find out how the company allegedly stole and misused that facebook data college wire npr news south korea's president is hinting of a possible threeway summit with president trump and north korea's leader kim jong on jason strathern reports from seoul president moon jaein said that after he and president trump hold their own summits with kim jong hoon there's a chance that all three leaders could meet together his remarks were made while discussing plans for his bilateral summit in late april inside the korean demilitarized zone according to media reports president trump is expected to meet kim by the end of may a location for that summit has not been announced moon says these meetings could lead to north korea's denuclearization for npr news i'm jason structure in seoul this is npr news a federal judge is criticizing kansas secretary of state crisco bach for failing to ensure that certain voters no they can participate in an upcoming election u s district court judge julie robinson is weighing motion by the american civil liberties union to hold coal back in contempt of her injunction against a kansas law the statute requires proof of citizenship when registering driver licensing offices robinson blocked.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, parts of Puerto Rico continue to struggle
"The information was later used by cambridge analytica a consultant to the trump campaign john blackstone has more on this undercover video broadcast today by britain's channel four reveals cambridge analytic a ceo alexander knicks boasting of his company's involvement in the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign have you met mr trump the data all the talk to today cambridge analytica suspended knicks but facebook could be in deeper trouble in two thousand eleven they signed a consent decree with the federal trade commission promising not to allow unauthorized use of users profile data nixes admission suggests facebook may have violated that agreement roger mcnamee an early investor in facebook is now a critic of the company i think there's a giant problem for facebook and frankly for democracy in the united states sam lester with the electronic privacy information center agrees users had no idea that cambridge analytical is accessing this data it's a clear violation of the two thousand eleven consent order potentially could cost them forty thousand dollars for every offense times fifty million people that could total more than two trillion dollars in fines mcnamee says zuckerberg silence is disappointing you don't get to make a billion dollars in mark's case you know tens of billions of dollars without being responsible for the consequences of your actions facebook spokesperson said today the entire company is outraged they were deceived by cambridge analytica but lawmakers in both congress and britain's parliament are holding facebook responsible and they want to hear directly from mark zuckerberg jeff john blackstone staying on this story john thank you it was six months ago today that hurricane maria slammed into puerto rico take a look at the pictures then and now we tell you ninety five percent of the island had no power in the days after the storm now about the same percentage has it back david begg no return to puerto rico to check on the recovery driving through macau we saw a listen her husband on the side of the road with buckets they come here to this faucet to get.
Facebook facing federal investigation over Cambridge Analytica data scandal
"Of the social media stocks here in the states continued to be on the defensive possible legal action against twitter by the israeli government that sent those shares down about ten percent and then we had the scandal the data scandal for facebook continuing to unfold the stock was down about two and a half percent here in new york we are told the federal trade commission is now looking at whether facebook violated terms of a twenty eleven consent decree on how the company handles user data of course all of this pertains to the millions of facebook users whose data was given to cambridge analytica without their knowledge facebook now facing a shareholder lawsuit in california over all of this and we are told that a company executive briefed facebook employees today on the situation meantime senator john kennedy he's a republican from louisiana he says lawmakers need to take a very close look at this situation we need to ask some hard questions because some of facebook's behavior lately is kinda gotten into the foothills of creepy at the same time we had california senator dianne feinstein saying that ceo mark zuckerberg burg should be testifying before congress incidentally cambridge analytica that firm in the uk it has suspended its ceo overall of this his name is alexander knicks.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, parts of Puerto Rico continue to struggle
"General embattled cook county assessor joe berrios is facing a challenge from fritz craigie and there is the third congressional district race pitting political newcomer marino against congressman dan lipinski and former alderman bob fioretti is challenging cook county board president toni preckwinkle stay with wls for complete election coverage starting at six tonight with john howell ray stevens bill cameron and stephanie trestle the board of the data mining firm cambridge analytica has spended ceo alexander knicks pending an investigation it comes amid a data misuse scandal involving facebook information the company reportedly used fifty million facebook profiles without permission meantime facebook says it has received a letter from the federal trade commission with questions about data acquired by cambridge analytica but it does not have an indication of a formal probe the us house energy and commerce committee will receive a briefing from facebook tomorrow and half a year has gone by since hurricane maria tore apart puerto rico plunging the entire island darkness correspondent steve kastenbaum says many puerto ricans say fema is not doing enough to make the island whole again hundreds of puerto ricans from the new york area went to females offices in dc to demand that the agency does more to improve conditions on the island six months after hurricane maria devastated the island around one hundred and twenty thousand customers are still without electricity some recent deaths are still being blamed on the impact of those power outages caused by maria on the island many people say they feel abandoned more than a million have applied for assistance but so far only around one thousand have received.
Facebook under fire: The latest on Cambridge Analytica scandal
"To our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc nathan hager has world and national headlines nathan nope him you and john tucker broke this headline cambridge analytica suspending ceo alexander knicks with immediate effect this after the uk's channel four aired secretly recorded clips of dick's telling one of its reporters his firm played a major role in president trump's twenty sixteen victory and used emails with selfdestruct timers to make that role more difficult to trace cambridge analytic a whistle blower says the company used improperly mind facebook data to send targeted ads to millions of users that whistleblower christopher wiley has reportedly agreed to meet with democrats on the house intelligence committee to tell them what he knows police in san antonio now say their police chief misspoke when he said officers found a second package bomb in a fedex facility where a box blew up overnight after four bombings this month in austin president trump is calling the situation in the texas capitol absolutely disgraceful more on that from bloomberg's irv chapman at the white house spoke of federal resources joining in the investigation local state and federal working hand in hand you get to the bottom of it this is obviously a very very sick individual or maybe individuals not easy to find and we have to find them as soon as possible we have to find a really fedex found and turned over to police a second suspicious package at the same texas facility were a package exploded earlier in the day and slightly hurt an employee at the white house irv chapman bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries when it.
Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix describes "shadow" election tactics
"I'm shopping at total wine and more ap radio news i'm tim maguire the white house insists president trump is not out to fire special counsel robert muller may be saga megani has more the president's ramped up his attacks for the first time going after mother by name in a tweet and this morning calling the probes into russian election interference a total witch hunt with massive conflicts of interest what you guys have seen is some well established frustration presidents but a white house spokesman hogan gidley says the president is not looking to get rid of muller there are no conversations or discussions about removing mr mueller meantime the president has added a new lawyer to his legal team in the russia probe former federal prosecutor joseph degen of oh who has publicly talked about justice department efforts to frame the president with a falsely created crime saga megani at the white house britain's channel four arizona undercover video of in which kramer cambridge politica executives boast of swaying elections in africa and europe ceo alexander knicks is seen in the video saying the company has secretly recorded agents offering corrupt campaign financing deals to politicians and essent girls around the candidates house to create damaging videos cambridge analytica was suspended from facebook last friday after reportedly using some fifty million user profiles in a protrump manipulation campaign to people been injured another in another package bomb in austin texas this when police say set off by a twitter trip wire last night laura mcginnis who lives in the neighborhood where the latest bomb went off admits to being worried it immediately st no strike percents of hearing you but you have to stop and pause and be like okay i'm fine this hasn't affected me yet but it's so close to home and it's been such an ongoing problem here in austin that it just makes you wonder why why haven't we found this person yet two people were killed two others hurt in three previous bombings in which packages were left at the front doors of the homes this is a radio news uber stops at self driving car tests after one hits a woman in arizona police in the phoenix suburb of tempe arizona say uber self driving vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian overnight police say the vehicle was in autonomous mode with an operator behind the wheel when the woman walking outside of a crosswalk was hit.