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There’s space for ‘positive’ political targeting, Wylie tells MPs

News | 05/30/2018 1:43 pm EDT
Data scientist and whistleblower Christopher Wylie testifies at the House ethics committee on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. / Screenshot via ParlVu.

OTTAWA Whistleblower and data scientist Christopher Wylie testified at the House ethics committee Tuesday, continuing to allege that data companies acted improperly in elections around the world, but also defending the use of data crunching during the Canadian political process.

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