Cambridge Analytica Scandal: Zuckerberg Apologizes

Facebook's chief executive apologized after 50 million users' data was mishandled by the political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica, which improperly accessed user information to build profiles on American voters. “This was a major breach of trust. I’m really sorry this happened. We have a basic responsibility to protect people’s data,” Mark Zuckerberg said. He added that they plan to conduct an investigation of thousands of apps that have used Facebook’s platform, restrict developer access to data, and give members a tool that lets them to disable access to their data more easily.