Alex Hern and Carole Cadwalladr, writing for The Guardian:
Aleksandr Kogan collected direct messages sent to and from Facebook users who installed his This Is Your Digital Life app, the Guardian can reveal. It follows Facebook’s admission that the company “may” have handed over the direct messages of some users to the Cambridge Analytica contractor without their express permission. The revelation is the most severe breach of privacy yet in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
This just gets better and better. I wonder what else we don’t know yet.
For the record, I deleted my Facebook account on March 22, a day after my last post on the subject.