PRESS RELEASE: Cambridge Analytica and Scl Elections Commence Insolvency Proceedings and Release Results of Independent Investigation into Recent Allegations

Nope!

According to El Reg:

www.theregister.co.uk/2018/05/02/cambridge_analytica_shutdown/

“That “shutdown,” however, may be short-lived as official documents
indicate those behind the controversial analytics company will be
launching as a new firm with a less-toxic brand.”

Cheers,
Tony

On 03/05/2018, WANGARI KABIRU via kictanet
<kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
> Cambridge Analytica and Scl Elections Commence Insolvency Proceedings and
> Release Results of Independent Investigation into Recent Allegations
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> London, UK – May 2, 2018—Earlier today, SCL Elections Ltd,, as well as
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> London, UK – May 2, 2018—Earlier today, SCL Elections Ltd., as well as
> certain of its and Cambridge Analytica LLC’s U.K. affiliates (collectively,
> the “Company” or “Cambridge Analytica”) filed applications to commence
> insolvency proceedings in the U.K.  The Company is immediately ceasing all
> operations and the boards have applied to appoint insolvency practitioners
> Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP to act as the independent administrator for
> Cambridge Analytica.
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> Additionally, parallel bankruptcy proceedings will soon be commenced on
> behalf of Cambridge Analytica LLC and certain of the Company’s U.S.
> affiliates in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District
> of New York.
>
> Over the past several months, Cambridge Analytica has been the subject of
> numerous unfounded accusations and, despite the Company’s efforts to correct
> the record, has been vilified for activities that are not only legal, but
> also widely accepted as a standard component of online advertising in both
> the political and commercial arenas…..”
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> Cambridge Analytica Closing Operations Following Facebook Data Controversy
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> Rebecca Ballhaus and Jenny Gross
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> Cambridge Analytica, a data firm that worked for President Donald Trump’s
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> “The Key to Understanding Facebook’s Current CrisisFacebook’s current data
> crisis involving Cambridge Analytica has angered users and prompted
> government investigations. To understand what’s happening now, you have to
> look back at Facebook’s old policies from 2007 to 2014. WSJ’s Shelby
> Holliday explains. Illustration: Laura Kammerman…”
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>
> From this mix, might several enterprises be the ones to bear the brunt of
> the years allegedly depicted to “have been open policy for harvesting the
> platforms”? While playing spectator to CA LLCs woes and investigations, even
> local startups and developers (perhaps even major enterprises) in Africa
> require introspection considering the thriving tech ecosystem during those
> years, excitedly greatly reliant on the then well established platforms.
> Perhaps who is folding (being folded) up next? Is there opportunity to roll
> back, make good and not necessarily kill the ventures as the platforms tower
> on? For those keen on African enterprise, good questions they are as hardly
> is there local ventures that would have the it to battle their way.
> Be blessed.
> Regards/Wangari
>
> —
> Pray God Bless. 2013Wangari circa – “Being of the Light, We are Restored
> Through Faith in Mind, Body and Spirit; We Manifest The Kingdom of God on
> Earth”.
>
>
> On Tuesday, 1 May 2018, 17:08:15 GMT+3, Liz Orembo via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
>
>
> Greetings listers,
>
> Please find attached, the program for tomorrow’s meeting.
>
> You can also use this opportunity to ask questions, to give Ebele some time
> to consult with her team and give answers at the event, as opposed to after
> the event.
>
> Asanteni.
>
> Happy labor day.
>
> On Sun, Apr 29, 2018 at 11:05 PM, Liz Orembo <lizorembo@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> Listers,
>
> Further to our earlier announcement, we would like to inform you that the
> in-person meeting with Facebook will take place on 2nd May, 2:00pm-4:00pm,
> at the Villa Rossa Kempinski.
>
> We still have a few slots remaining and have opened them up on evenbrite. If
> you’ve not registered with Mwara and/or me, please follow this link for
> registration. www.eventbrite.com/e/ kictanet-meeting-with-
> facebook-tickets-45628144007
>
> Asanteni.
>
> On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 9:02 AM, Grace Githaiga via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
> Dear Listers
>
> Greetings!
>
> Further to the debate on concerns raised around consumer data mining in
> Kenya, Ebele of Facebook promised Listers that she would be available for an
> in-person conversation on the issues raised around facebook’s role.
>
> This is to let you know that she will be available to meet with Listers on
> Wednesday next week May 2nd. We are still working out the details of the
> venue and will share with those who are interested in attending. Further, we
> are working on the times but will most likely settle for an afternoon
> session or a cocktail event.
>
> For those who are interested, kindly indicate this through sending an email
> to lizorembo@kictanet.or.ke (lizorembo@gmail.com) or to
> mwaragichanga@kictanet.or.ke (mwaragichanga@gmail.com).
>
> Asanteni.
>
>
> Best regards
>
>
> Githaiga, Grace
>
>
>
> On Tuesday, 10-04-2018 at 13:18 Ebele Okobi via kictanet wrote:
>
> It really is unfortunate that Business Daily has printed an article filled
> with so many factually incorrect statements, and I am surprised that they
> have declined to reach out to me or any of my colleagues when we are so very
> easy to find.
> We do not require or ask access point vendors to modify firmware to support
> ‘black box’ monitoring of consumers. The normal tech in WiFi routers does
> not support zero-rated services, so Express WiFi tech was developed to
> support free access and data pack accounting.
> I think it might be helpful to have an in-person conversation about all of
> this-another ask me anything, this month? I’ll work with Grace to schedule,
> if it’s of interest.
> Ebele Okobi | Public Policy Director, Africa
>
> m. +44 (0) 771 156 1315
>
>
>
> 10 Brock Street | London | NW1 3FG
>
> ebeleokobi@fb.com
>
>
> On Apr 10, 2018, at 9:29 AM, Lawrence Njogu <lnjogu@hotmail.com> wrote:
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>
> Ebele,
> Can you explain clearly what’s going on here? mobile.nation.co.ke/bu
> siness/Facebook-deepens-consum er-data-mining-in-Kenya-/
> 1950106-4379966-gsmf4x/index.h tmlFrom: kictanet
> il.com@lists.kictanet.or.ke> on behalf of
> Ebele Okobi via kictanet <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke >
> Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 5:05:13 PM
> To: lnjogu@hotmail.com
> Cc: Ebele Okobi
> Subject: Re: [kictanet] The case for and against #deletefacebook So now that
> you know how our business works, are you still struggling to believe that
> data is not sold? We do not sell data, we sell advertising. And we have not
> been accused of selling data in this case. In this case, an academic used
> data that Facebook users directly gave him access to, and passed it on to
> Cambridge Analytica, against our rules. We did not sell anyone anything, the
> data was passed from the users to the app developer/academic by the user
> granting permission. That said-we changed the ability of developers to have
> that kind of access by 2015, and as you can see, we have designed and
> implemented a whole host of privacy controls since then.
> In terms of believing whether your data is secure-given the number of
> Facebook users, and the amount of data we hold, and looking at the multiple
> global issues related to data-we, in truth, have first in class mechanisms
> for protecting user data, and we consistently learn and iterate from our
> mistakes. That said-as Mark said, we recognize that trust is built by
> actions, and once lost it must be built back up. Only you can decide what
> makes sense for you when you use (or decide not to use) Facebook or any of
> the thousands of websites, platforms, apps, services with which you
> undoubtedly interact every day.
>
> On Mar 28, 2018, at 9:43 PM, Tracy Kadesa via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
>
> @Kivuva yes, your answer does explain well!
> @Ebele  “Which part are you struggling to believe? That it is securely
> stored or that it is not sold? “
>                 Answer: Both
> Regards Tracy Kadesa,
> LL.B ,University of Nairobi.
> Dip KSLtracykadesa.wordpress.comlegalwalk.wordpress.com
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>
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 10:24 PM, Mwendwa Kivuva via
> kictanet<kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
> Tracy, I’m not holding brief for FB, but I understand your question.
> The main business model for FB is advertisement. If you have ever advertised
> on the platform, you would understand the need to build profiles. So for
> example, if you are selling ladies handbags, and diapers, you would tell FB
> to show the bags to [ladies], in [Kenya], aged between [21 to 50]. If you
> cannot deliver to Turkana, you can say, [living in Nairobi, or Mombasa]. For
> the diapers, you would tell FB to show the advertisement to [ladies] between
> [22 and 40] living in suburban areas. This is the same for Google too.
> In my FB profile, I never see these types of adverts because FB already has
> a profile about me, but the ladies within my household see these adverts.
> Since you are probably billed per view, or per click, it is more value for
> the advertiser to TARGET the advertisement to the right audience, otherwise
> you will loose your advertising capital showing irrelevant advertisement to
> those in Turkana.
>
> I hope this helps.
> On Mar 28, 2018 8:03 PM, “Tracy Kadesa” <kadesatracy@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Ebele
> With what’s going on right now, I am struggling to believe this
> statement  “Your information is securely stored and we do not sell this
> information to third parties. You are always in control of the information
> you share with Facebook.”And why would fb collect all this info anyway if it
> wasn’t planning to make use of it! what is the rationale?
> Regards Tracy Kadesa,
> LL.B ,University of Nairobi.
> Dip KSLtracykadesa.wordpress.comlegalwalk.wordpress.com
>
>
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 6:46 PM, Mwendwa Kivuva via
> kictanet<kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
> As Ali has put it before, it’s really refreshing seeing that we can get
> first level support, and feedback from Facebook. This really is the
> advantage of having an ecosystem of engagement which KICTANET provides. It’s
> refreshing bigly
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018, 6:06 PM Ebele Okobi via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
> Yes-those have been in the works for months, to be launched this week. The
> news has understandably overshadowed these announcements. That said-stay
> tuned for more details.
>
>
>
> On Mar 28, 2018, at 3:59 PM, Ngigi Waithaka <ngigi@at.co.ke> wrote:
>
>
> Just seen this as well…
> www.bloomberg.com/amp/ news/articles/2018-03-28/faceb
> ook-updates-privacy-tools-for- better-data-control?__twitter_
> impression=true
>
> Rgds
> On Wed, 28 Mar 2018, 12:31 Ngigi Waithaka, <ngigi@at.co.ke> wrote:
>
> Ebele,
>
> If that’s the case, then I guess what they do is get a ‘screenshot’ of your
> photo and maybe *overlay* it on your newsfeed / timeline. The *impression*
> it gives you is that the photo is already uploaded…
>
> Thanks…
>
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 12:18 PM, Ebele Okobi <ebeleokobi@fb.com> wrote:
>
>
> Clarification-your photos are not auto-uploaded to Facebook. The app has
> access to your photos and essentially shows you your own photo folder and
> asks if you want to upload. Your pictures do not get uploaded to Facebook
> until you upload them yourself.
> I do think it’s a good piece of feedback for our product teams to know that
> a) this feature is confusing to you, and b) that showing users their photos
> and asking if they want to upload can be off-putting/not a good experience.
> Best, Ebele
>
> On Mar 28, 2018, at 10:11 AM, Ngigi Waithaka <ngigi@at.co.ke> wrote:
>
>
> Ebele,
>
> Thanks for your update, I will check on the contacts settings as you have
> indicated.
>
> I still think though some of the choices we make are not very *clearly*
> spelt out when we make them. For instance, I can understand the need to sync
> my contacts, but *not* my call & sms history! And this is especially so for
> those of use (most of us?) who use our phones for both personal & official
> business.
>
> My recommendation, have at least three settings clearly indicating what you
> would use them for, if at all!
> 1. Sync contacts
> 2. Sync Call records (***)
> 3. Sync SMS & Messages (***)
>
> As regards the photos this is what happen(s) / happened. Normally I would
> not give FB access to my photos.However, at some point I needed to upload a
> certain specific photo on to some FB markets that I participate in.
>
> Shortly as I was still in the market and as I was scrolling though my
> newsfeed I started seeing a number of family photos that I had taken
> earlier, already uploaded but kind of greyed out, with FB asking me whether
> I wanted to share them.
>
> That is very disconcerting!
>
> Again, if a user gives access to his photo library for a *single* photo,
> that should not mean *all* my photos are auto-uploaded to FB, then FB
> prompts me to share them…
>
> My recommendation would be to have at least two settings:
> 1. Upload a single photo
> 2. Auto- Upload *ALL* my photos
>
> And, I don’t consider myself a *pro* FB user, it may very well be that
> indeed this is already covered so thanks for being our ‘customer-care’,
> appreciate
>
> Regards
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 11:39 AM, Ebele Okobi <ebeleokobi@fb.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hello!
>
>
>
> Answers below-for your first question, it’s VERY important to clarify that
> Facebook does not “pick up” your contacts. You have to expressly agree to
> upload your contacts. For example, I have never agreed to this, so my
> contacts have never been uploaded. If you change your mind about the
> permission you have given, or if you accidentally gave permission, please
> see below for how to opt back out. Note that this feature is “opt-in”, so
> express agreement is required for it to be happening.
>
>
>
> That is the same for the photographs, so can you please clarify your
> question? Are you saying that you granted permission for specific photos to
> be posted on your page, and now you want to delete them? Facebook does not
> automatically upload any photographs to your page.
>
>
>
> – Call and text history logging is part of an opt-in feature for people
> using Messenger or Facebook Lite on Android. This helps you find and stay
> connected with the people you care about, and provides you with a better
> experience across Facebook. People have to expressly agree to use this
> feature. If, at any time, they no longer wish to use this feature they can
> turn it off insettings, or here for Facebook Lite users, and all previously
> shared call and text history shared via that app is deleted. While we
> receive certain permissions from Android, uploading this information has
> always been opt-in only.
>
>
>
>
>
> From: Ngigi Waithaka <ngigi@at.co.ke>
> Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 5:37 PM
> To: KICTAnet ICT Policy Discussions <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke >
> Cc: Ebele Okobi <ebeleokobi@fb.com>
> Subject: Re: [kictanet] The case for and against #deletefacebook
>
>
>
> Ebele,
>
>
>
> Good to see FB represented here.
>
>
>
> Got two questions:
>
> 1. Supposing FB has picked up my contacts and SMS and I would like to delete
> any prior data that has been uploaded, how would I go about that?
>
>
>
> 2. I also noticed that when I allow FB contacts to my PhotoGallery on
> Android for purposes of being able to select pictures to upload, by default,
> it then would upload *all* new pictures taken and ask me whether I’d like to
> share them on my timeline.
>
> Is there a way to also delete any such content that FB has picked from my
> phone and auto-uploaded?
>
>
>
> Rgds
>
>
>
> On Tue, 27 Mar 2018, 19:30 Ebele Okobi via kictanet,
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
>
> This is useful context, below. Please do let me know if there are additional
> questions or concerns. I do appreciate how significant an issue this is, and
> am happy to answer questions and relay concerns internally.
>
>
>
> newsroom.fb.com/news/2 018/03/fact-check-your-call-an
> d-sms-history/
>
> March 25, 2018
>
> Fact Check: Your Call and SMS History
>
> You may have seen some recent reports that Facebook has been logging
> people’s call and SMS (text) history without their permission.
>
> This is not the case.
>
> Opt-in features in Facebook Lite and Messenger
>
> Call and text history logging is part of an opt-in feature for people using
> Messenger or Facebook Lite on Android. This helps you find and stay
> connected with the people you care about, and provides you with a better
> experience across Facebook. People have to expressly agree to use this
> feature. If, at any time, they no longer wish to use this feature they can
> turn it off in settings, or here for Facebook Lite users, and all previously
> shared call and text history shared via that app is deleted. While we
> receive certain permissions from Android, uploading this information has
> always been opt-in only.
>
> We introduced this feature for Android users a couple of years ago. Contact
> importers are fairly common among social apps and services as a way to more
> easily find the people you want to connect with. This was first introduced
> in Messenger in 2015, and later offered as an option in Facebook Lite, a
> lightweight version of Facebook for Android.
>
> How it works
>
> When you sign up for Messenger or Facebook Lite on Android, or log into
> Messenger on an Android device, you are given the option to continuously
> upload your contacts as well as your call and text history. For Messenger,
> you can either turn it on, choose ‘learn more’ or ‘not now’. On Facebook
> Lite, the options are to turn it on or ‘skip’. If you chose to turn this
> feature on, we will begin to continuously log this information, which can be
> downloaded at any time using the Download Your Information tool.
>
>
>
> If, at any point, you no longer wish to continuously upload this
> information, you can easily turn this feature off in your settings. You can
> also turn off continuous call and text history logging while keeping contact
> uploading enabled. You can also go to this page to see which contacts you
> have uploaded from Messenger, and you can delete all contact information
> you’ve uploaded from that app should you choose.
>
> We never sell this data, and this feature does not collect the content of
> your text messages or calls
>
> When this feature is enabled, uploading your contacts also allows us to use
> information like when a call or text was made or received. This feature does
> not collect the content of your calls or text messages. Your information is
> securely stored and we do not sell this information to third parties. You
> are always in control of the information you share with Facebook.
>
>
> On Mar 27, 2018, at 3:29 PM, WANGARI KABIRU via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
>
> Facebook harvested phone call and text data from Android users
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> Brandon A. Weber
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> Have an Android phone or device? You might want to read this.
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> BIGTHINK might have thoughts similar to your said friend.
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> Facebook scraped call, text message data for years from Android phones
> [Updated]
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> Facebook scraped call, text message data for years from Android phones […
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> Maybe check your data archive to see if Facebook’s algorithms know who you
> called.
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> Factual or otherwise? Ars Technica makes reference to an FB rejoiner.
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>
> It should not be lost that even the most basic loyalty card is for decision
> making to serve you the customer better – data by the issuer.
>
>
>
> Be blessed.
>
>
>
> Regards/Wangari
>
> —
> Pray God Bless. 2013Wangari circa – “Being of the Light, We are Restored
> Through Faith in Mind, Body and Spirit; We Manifest The Kingdom of God on
> Earth”.
>
>
>
>
>
> On Monday, 26 March 2018, 08:52:17 GMT+3, Timothy- Coach- Oriedo via
> kictanet wrote:
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> See my views from a data science, business model and regulatory
> perspective
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>
>
> Data Breach? What Breach- A Watershed Moment
> https://www.linkedin.com/ pulse/data-breach-what-breach-
> watershed-moment-big-data- scientist
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> On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 8:24 AM, Ngigi Waithaka via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
>
> Ali,
>
> Facebook was built for and is meant for *sharing*! With time, I have seen FB
> make us want to share more and more, recommend to us ‘friends’ at every turn
> and inevitably there will be a clash between the sharing and our privacy!
>
> Also, there was a time our Newsfeeds were very clean, you’d actually get to
> know what your friends were upto, but I do find its now looking
> unrecognizable; its become this very noisy marketplace! Or maybe I am
> gettitng old
>
>
> Privacy unfortunately plays 2nd fiddle to sharing. For me, the straw that
> broke the proverbial camels back is seeing photos that I had taken on my
> phone already auto-uploaded and semi-shared in my timeline, and with an
> absent minded click, I would have shared all on the my timeline!
>
> I got the app off my phone immediately, but kept the web desktop as I do
> continue to use it once in a while.
>
> I have also seen that FB has been collecting all our Phone records, calls +
> SMS as written about on Verge…
> https://www.theverge.com/2018/ 3/25/17160944/facebook-call-
> history-sms-data-collection- android
>
> So, I guess if you’re still using FB on Android, you gotta be ‘strong’!
>
> P.S
>
> Does FB and other Apps synchronize their data policies with those of the
> users home country?
>
>
>
> Regards
>
>
>
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 6:04 AM, Ali Hussein via kictanet
> <kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke > wrote:
>
>
> Listers
>
>
>
> Hope you all had a great weekend. Here’s an interesting article on the
> ongoing Facebook fallout.
>
>
>
> Excerpt:-
>
>
>
> I spent the evening with a friend who is far bolder than me. Having
> deactivated his Facebook profile three years ago, he upped the ante this
> week by deleting his Instagram account. Even more drastically, he plans
> officially to delete his long-dormant Facebook account—the last vestige of
> his serfhood in Mr. Zuckerberg’s fiefdom—sometime very soon, after his
> girlfriend has had an opportunity to port its photos elsewhere. (He prefers
> offline storage.)
>
>
>
> Read on:-
>
>
>
> https://view.email.fortune.com /?qs=55840ef3733ec70e7bbf70681
> a1fdf4ef688af63cc3bc7eef1a6466 871482204b1da0994a47ddc4eb36e5
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>
> Regards
>
>
>
> Ali Hussein
>
> Principal
>
> Hussein & Associates
>
> +254 0713 601113
>
>
>
> Twitter: @AliHKassim
>
> Skype: abu-jomo
>
> LinkedIn: http://ke.linkedin.c om/in/alihkassim
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>
>
> “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a
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