Facebook data of 87 million users could be stored in Russia, says whistleblower

Facebook data of 87 million users could be stored in Russia, says whistleblower

App developer alleges Facebook covertly carried out mass surveillance on users

Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who blew open Cambridge Analytica's discreet yet large-scale harvesting of Facebook profiles of millions of users last month, recently told journalists that records obtained by Aleksandr Kogan's app could be stored somewhere in Russia.

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