Policy advice, Cambridge Analytica, which is stuck in the middle of the Facebook-data-sharing scandal, the down, she says.
The company was accused of improperly using the information on behalf of political clients.
According to Facebook, data was harvested up to 87 million of its members, through an app, and then happened on the political advice.
The social network declined to comment on the latest development.
Clarence Mitchell, a spokesman for the Cambridge Analytica, referred the BBC to a statement on the website of the company.
“In the past few months, Cambridge Analytica is the subject of numerous baseless allegations and, in spite of the efforts of the company, to correct the record, was vilified, for activities, the name was not only legal, but also widely accepted as a standard component of online advertising, both in the political and commercial arenas”, it.was
“In spite of Cambridge Analytica’s unwavering confidence that its employees have traded, ethically and legally driven the siege of the reporting in the media and almost all of the companies, the customers and the suppliers.
“As a result, it was found that it is no longer profitable to continue to operate the business.”
The statement added that the SCL-elections, the opening of the insolvency proceedings.
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