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KadSIECOM, PDP, and all of the actors lose their cool in a group hug that is hilarious and, episode 1): Moore doesn’t have a huge role in this episode but it’s a great example of her skill at supporting her outstanding supporting cast.Wylie said that it was under Nix’s direction – but with the knowledge of Bannon and Rebekah Mercer – that Cambridge Analytica began an ambitious data-gathering program that included tapping into the Facebook profiles of 50 million users through the use of a personality-testing app. The company did that with the help of a Russian American psychologist at Cambridge University Aleksandr Kogan who also made regular visits back to Russia according to WylieWylie said he and others at Cambridge Analytica were initially skeptical of the power of this tactic for gathering data But when the company approved $1000 for Kogan to experiment with his app he produced data on 1000 people who downloaded it and roughly 160000 of their friends – all in a matter of hoursCambridge Analytica next approved $10000 for a second round of testing and was rewarded with nearly a million records including names home towns dates of birth religious affiliations work and educational histories and preferences as expressed using the popular Facebook "like" button on many social media updates news stories and other online postsThey soon married that data with voter lists and commercial data broker information and discovered they had a remarkably precise portrait of a large swath of the American electorateKogan’s app called "thisisyourdigitallife" and portrayed as being for research purposes gathered data on the 270000 people who downloaded it and tens of millions of their Facebook friends It was this data and others that Wylie later worried might have ended up in Russian hands"I’m not saying that we put it on a drive and posted it to Vladimir Putin on Number 1 Red Square" Wylie said referring to the Russian president’s official residence But he said that he and others affiliated with Cambridge Analytica briefed Lukoil a Russian oil company on its research into American voters He said Kogan also made regular visits to Russia but acknowledged that he did not know what Kogan did thereKogan has not replied to The Post’s requests for comment Kogan called the suggestions that he was a spy "just silly" in an email seen by CNN that he wrote to colleagues at Cambridge University "If I am Russian spy I am the world’s dumbest spy"For Wylie a data scientist with an avid interest in politics and culture the collection of Facebook and other data did not initially trouble him The social media platform made such data grabs easy for app developers – though it began severely restricting them in 2015 – and Wylie saw it as a powerful way to study an entire nation on a scale at once broad and preciseCombined with other data Cambridge Analytica hoped to profile the entire American electorate – something it already had done in other countries – and determine what pitches would work best for each individual voterThe project also appeared to excite its benefactors One former Cambridge Analytica employee speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal corporate matters described hearing Rebekah Mercer express over the phone excitement at the results of 2014 congressional midterms when Republicans made significant gains to which Cambrige Analytica said it had contributedBut Wylie and others clashed with Nix whom he called a "bully" Wylie also grew weary of the increasingly far-right tenor of the politics the researchers were helping to propel They discovered and refined potent themes about keeping out immigrants "draining the swamp" and restoring an earlier era of national greatness – as understood mainly to mean for white American menWhen Wylie told Nix at a London coffee shop in 2014 that he was going to leave at the end of the year he heard a boast that at the time sounded ridiculous but in retrospect haunted him"Just you wait" Nix told Wylie according to his recollection "You’re going to leave but we’re going to be in the White House"But it was not clear to Wylie at that point who might lead such an eventual White House bid In fact Cambridge Analytica worked with Sen Ted Cruz R-Texas during the presidential primary before signing on with the Trump campaignMonths after he and several other Cambridge Analytica employees quit the firm they got a mysterious message from somebody purporting to represent the Trump Organization Wylie and others unfamiliar with Trump’s brewing political ambitions thought they might find themselves somehow involved in Trump’s "Apprentice" reality television showWylie said he ended up speaking with Lewandowski Trump’s first campaign manager in conference calls in which Lewandowski reportedly described a forthcoming Trump run for presidentLewandowski later met in person with several of Wylie’s former Cambridge Analytica colleagues at Trump Tower in spring 2015 Wylie said in an account backed by one of those people who did attend But the plan to work for the campaign doing voter analysis fizzled in large part because the mostly liberal former Cambridge Analytica employees didn’t want to wade back into conservative politicsLewandowski said the campaign had been pitched by Cambridge Analytica but never hired them and had no recollection of meeting with any former employees "I’ve never heard of those guys" Lewandowski said of Wylie and the other former employees "It didn’t happen"But the brief flirtation did have a concrete consequence SCL Group threatened legal action against Wylie for supposedly violating a "noncompete" clause he signed before quitting Wylie was confused – he had no idea that the company considered Trump a client or potential client – and began to suspect that he had been set up To resolve the legal dispute he signed a nondisclosure agreement that would later complicate his efforts to speak out about the work he had done for Cambridge AnalyticaWylie’s sense of uneasiness about that work began building when he heard Trump in 2016 start using themes that Cambridge Analytica had developed in 2014 about building walls and draining the swamp More than most Wylie knew the science behind why they might be effective His discomfort grew when Bannon formally joined the Trump campaign in August 2016Election results on Nov 8 2016 filled Wylie with a profound sense of dread A friend who worked on the campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and was familiar with Wylie’s previous work sent him a message saying "What did you do""Manipulating an election in a small developing country doesn’t have the same sort of ripple effect of electing Donald Trump into the White House" Wylie said "It hit home at the inauguration" It is unclear how much Cambridge Analytica contributed to Trump’s winSoon after Trump’s inauguration Wylie began talking with Observer of London reporter Carole Cadwalladr who had been working on stories about Cambridge Analytica He also retained an attorney Tamsin Allen and began working directly with Britain’s Information Commissioner’s Office which started an investigation into Cambridge AnalyticaEarlier this month Wylie received a sharply worded letter from Facebook which demanded access to his smartphone and computer He refused saying that he already had shared information with the British authorities and saw no reason to do so with a private company – especially one whose own activities might be called into questionIt was not Wylie’s first encounter with Facebook The company had sent a letter in August 2016 saying that Kogan the Cambridge researcher should not have shared the data of Facebook users Downloading names home towns work histories and "likes" of 50 million users was not against the rules – at least in 2014 – but Kogan should not have transferred the data to Cambridge Analytica Facebook wrote Facebook wanted the data destroyedWylie said he complied with that request though he does not know if Kogan or Cambridge Analytica did (Cambridge Analytica has issued several statements in recent days denying any wrongdoing)Silicon Valley-based Facebook posted a blog Friday evening – early Saturday morning in London – announcing the suspension of Kogan Wylie and the parent company of Cambridge AnalyticaWhen he was awakened by a call around 3 am from a reporter Wylie was furious at Facebook for acting unilaterally and accusing him of misdeeds when he had come forward to authorities Days later he still isWylie’s career as Facebook critic quickly moved to a new level Lawmakers in the United States and Europe began demanding that Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg personally explain how the data of 50 million users reached a mysterious company with ties to Bannon the Mercers and Trump State attorneys general began investigating So did the Federal Trade Commission over concerns that Facebook had violated a 2011 consent decree over privacy issuesWhen told that Wylie thought he had been mistreated by Facebook the social media company responded that Cambridge Analytica and Kogan had agreed to an audit of their servers and systems "Mr Wylie thus far has declined" Facebook on Wednesday said it would conduct audits of thousands of apps in response to the "breach of trust" caused by Cambridge Analytica"Facebook is not the government Facebook is not the state I’m working with the legal authority" Wylie said referring to the Information Commissioner’s Office "I’m not going to be bullied by Facebook"As for the broader issues – the privacy intrusions of the data collection the manipulation of voters the possible role in electing Trump the possibility that Cambridge Analytica’s work might have reached Russians – Wylie feels remorseWylie says he wants to expose the machinations of data gathering for political purposes as fully as he’s able He dreams of resuming his work as a data scientist some day For now he is something like a full-time whistleblowerIn an emotional moment on Tuesday night at the Frontline Club a journalists’ club in London Wylie told a packed audience said that his decision to step forward was about taking responsibility"If you’ve done something wrong the first step is to try to own up and tell people about it" he said "I’m on my first step"Grand Forks police were called to the airport just after noon Friday after Transportation Security Administration staff discovered a suspicious item during a routine scan Lt Bill Macki said"Based on the appearance and the lack of a real sound explanation as to what it could be out of precaution the airport was evacuated" he said About 100 passengers and employees left the terminal for 10 to 15 minutes a police news release saidThe police department’s bomb team leader came to the terminal reinterviewed the bag’s owner and reviewed the image the TSA scanner flagged He tentatively identified the item and felt comfortable enough to perform a hand search of the bag Macki said"At that point we were able to render that the bag was not a threat" Macki said The news release identified the item as a battery-powered white noise maker that was with other benign itemsThe bag’s owner will not face any charges Macki saidThe Grand Forks Police Department Grand Forks Fire Department Altru Ambulance and the airport’s fire department responded to the call Wylie helped that company give birth to Cambridge Analytica as "an American brand" that would focus on U. said: "We have today started to take statements from family members and other people. for describing him as a non-performing lawmaker." 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