‘Rife misuse” of the data for Brexit campaigners


The misuse of the data is “rife” between the companies and the campaigns of Salir.De the EU president and ex-UKIP donor Arron Banks, a former Cambridge Analytica (CA) employee has told to Deputies.

Brittany Kaiser, said Mr Banks asked the consulting company to a joint strategy to Salir.De the EU, UKIP and Eldon Insurance.

Ms Kaiser said CA “received” of UKIP’s membership data as part of this.

Stop.The EU rejects Ms Kaiser statements of CA and said he has never received data from any Arron Banks of the company.

Ms Kaiser was giving evidence to the house of Commons’ digital, culture, media and sport committee, which is conducting an investigation of false news.

Cambridge Analytica is in the center of a dispute over the harvesting of personal Facebook data and, if used, to influence the outcome of the us presidential election and Brexit referendum.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the committee, Damian Collins has said that there is no legal reason for the former executive director of Cambridge Analytica, Alexander Nix, not to attend the consultation on Wednesday.

Mr. Collins said that the representatives of Mr Nix had said that he would miss the hearing as he was “the subject of a criminal investigation by the office of the Information Commissioner”.
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Stop.The EU was led by the then leader of UKIP, Nigel Farage and funded by the millionaire Lord of the Banks, but failed in his attempt to be appointed the official Brexit campaign group.

Denies that Cambridge Analytica performed any work for the campaign.

But Ms Kaiser says she threw them a detailed strategy.

“Arron Banks asked us to design a strategy that could work with Salir.De the EU, UKIP and Eldon Insurance together,” he said to the Deputies.

Ms Kaiser said that she saw the data of Eldon Insurance – that is the property of the Lord of Banks and carries out claims for Go Skippy – used by the licencia.De the EU with their “own eyes”.

She said that as soon as they come out.The EU had few data the first time I met him, CA “received” of UKIP membership and the survey data to create a model license.The EU communications.

UKIP has been contacted for comment.

“We have submitted a contract for $ 41,500 for phase one,” said mrs. Kaiser, referring to the preliminary work she says was carried out by CA.

She said that this work is not reported to the Electoral Commission, and never paid.

“We never had a contract with Licencia.De the EU, the contract was with the uk Independence Party for the analysis of these data, but that was intended for the benefit of Dejar.De the EU”, he added.

CA refuses to do any paid or unpaid work for Salir.De the EU.

“Eldon did not share any data with anyone and to suggest that they did is again another lie to attack to Arron Banks and Salir.De the EU directly,” a permit.The EU spokesman.


Meanwhile, The License.EU Andy Wigmore has been recorded that appear to compare the tactics they use to keep immigration at the top of the referendum debate to the “smart” techniques of the Nazis.

Mr Wigmore said that “it was a conversation, not a statement of the facts.”

It is also heard discussing contacts with Cambridge Analytica.

Mr Wigmore was talking to a university professor, Emma Briant for an upcoming book, the Triumph of the campaign.

He told Ms Briant “the only way” Out.The EU would be a success was to “follow the Triumph of the doctrine.”

“The more outrageous we are, the more attention we’ll get, and the more attention that we have, the more outrageous we are going to be,” said the Lord of Wigmore. “Smart from the propaganda machine’

Mr Wigmore admitted that the activists were worried that they might be blamed for the creation of “a wave of hatred and racism”.

He told Ms Briant: “The propaganda machine of the Nazis, for example – that take away all the gruesome horror and that sort of thing, was very clever, the way in which they managed to do what he did.

“In its pure marketing sense, you can see the logic of what they were saying, by what they were saying, and how they present things, and the imagery.

“Having been at the sharp end of this campaign, you think: crikey, this is not new, and is just that … using the tools that you have at the moment.”

Mr Wigmore has already said his comments about the Nazis were in a “historical context of all the rest of the project campaign of fear and how propaganda has been used in the context of the media of social communication.”

Ms Briant also spoke to the chief executive of Cambridge Analytica’s parent company SCL Group, Nigel Oakes.

Mr Oakes said that Mr. Trump “leveraged artificial enemy” in the form of Muslims.

“Hitler attacked the Jews. He didn’t have a problem with the Jews at all, but the people do not like Jews and so he just invested artificial enemy… which is exactly what Trump did. He tapped the Muslims,” Mr Oakes said Ms Briant.

Ms Briant said he was “shocked” Nazism had emerged in the two interviews.

“You don’t draw technical lessons from the Nazis,” he told Radio 4 program Today.

She said that she felt a “moral obligation” to share the recordings.

A CA spokesman said Mr Oakes was speaking in “personal capacity about the historical use of propaganda” and “has never worked for Cambridge Analytica and does not work on the Triumph of the campaign in any way”.

But Mr. Collins said the recordings made clear that Leave.The EU benefit from their work with CA and the campaign had to respond to questions about how they developed their database.

“We are very interested in knowing more about this work of Cambridge Analytica made for Salir.De the EU. Stop.The EU does not have paid for that themselves, but that, however, a huge amount of work was done that, I think, benefited from,” Mr. Collins said Today.