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Users and startups could learn a lot from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. For a start, don’t succumb to apathy

It’s been one and a half months since the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal broke, and so far the tech giant seems to be getting away without a scratch. Not only did Mark Zuckerberg survive his two-day grilling by the US Congress, Facebook shares are recovering, too, up nearly 14% from their lows on March 27.
We now know that not only apps connected to Facebook could have been misusing user data, Facebook itself also collected a lot of private data from users through its mobile Messenger app. These included contacts as well as call and messaging history. 
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