Personal details of 311,027 Australians are among the data of a total of 87 million users of Facebook that leaked to the voter-profiling company Cambridge Analytica in 2016, the social media giant says.
A former senior manager at Facebook says hundred of millions of users of the social media site could have had their personal data harvested by companies that used methods similar to those utilised by the person who passed on data to research firm Cambridge Analytica.
Britain's information commissioner Elizabeth Denham will seek a warrant to examine the databases and servers used by data analytics company Cambridge Analytica, the firm that is alleged to have used data of more than 50 million Facebook subscribers for targeting voters in the US presidential election.
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