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Facebook documents seized by MPs investigating privacy breach

29 November 2018, 12:16 | Tara Lloyd

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The Observer reported that the files, which it said include correspondence from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, were seized from the founder of a USA software company, Six4Three, which is engaged in legal action against the tech giant.

However Damian Collins MP, chairman of the Commons digital committee, said he believed that the documents were "highly relevant" to his inquiry into the Cambridge Analytica scandal and Facebook's use of public data. Although Facebook says that the claim had "no merit", it used California laws to protect those court documents.

Kramer was given a final warning and a two-hour deadline to comply with the order sent along with a serjeant at arms.

Collins' seizure, however, did not take place against Facebook itself; rather, the documents have been seized from U.S. software development company Six4Three after having been obtained as part of the discovery process in a lawsuit against Facebook.

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A set of documents Facebook has sought to keep private - and ordered by USA federal court to remained sealed - have been obtained by the British Parliament, CNN reported. "We've failed to get answers from Facebook and we believe the documents contain information of very high public interest".

Mr Collins commented on the incident to the Observer, saying: "We are in uncharted territory".

Facebook has been pushing back a lot recently especially since the Cambridge Analytica scandal that raised serious privacy concerns around the world. They want to scrutinize Facebook over its handling of data privacy, most notably involving consultancy Cambridge Analytica's improper use of information from more than 87 million Facebook accounts to manipulate elections.

A BRITISH MP today claimed Facebook knew about potentially malicious Russian activity in 2014, long before such activity becomes public, during a parliamentary hearing where worldwide lawmakers grilled the company.

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Six4Three has asked the Britons to "refrain from reviewing them and to return them to counsel or to Facebook", per the report.

Allan pleaded with Collins not to raise the material at the hearing, which MPs are entitled to do under Parliamentary privilege, "until we have further guidance from the court".

Mr Allan is actually Lord Allan, a former Liberal Democrat MP given a peerage by Nick Clegg, who in a odd turn of events has now become Facebook's global public-relations and policy chief.

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