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Cambridge Analytica’s former CEO hasfrom running another company in the United Kingdom for seven years.
“Effective from 5 October 2020, Alexander Nix is disqualified for seven years from acting as a director or directly or indirectly becoming involved, without the permission of the court, in the promotion, formation or management of a company,” the UK Insolvency Service wrote in a statement announcing the ban.
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Nix previously served as CEO of Cambridge Analytica, the data firm that used a personality quiz tofrom millions of Facebook users, which sparked government investigations in the US and UK. He was shortly after the UK’s Channel 4 published the results of an undercover investigation that showed Nix describing how his firm would and sway elections.
The Insolvency Service said that its investigations confirmed the companies run by Nix, including Cambridge Analytica, had offered “unethical services.”
“The unethical services offered by the companies included bribery or honey trap stings, voter disengagement campaigns, obtaining information to discredit political opponents and spreading information anonymously in political campaigns,” the statement says.
Watchdog claims Trump campaign illegally coordinated with a Super PAC in 2016 through its work with Cambridge Analytica .
The Campaign Legal Center claimed newly published emails showed Cambridge Analytica's overlapping work for the campaign and PAC violated federal law.In June 2016, Trump's campaign hired the notorious and now defunct Cambridge Analytica to help it deliver highly targeted ads using data gathered from millions of adults in the US.