Cambridge Analytica app creator speaks, DNC sues Russia
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The creator of this is your digital life, the app at the center of Facebook's recent privacy scandal says he didn't think he was breaking the rules by sharing users' personal data.
In a 60 Minutes interview with CBS on Sunday, Alexander [UNKNOWN] said Facebook left the door open for developers to collect data But he now believes sharing it with Cambridge Analytica was not right.
The Democratic National Committee is suing WikiLeaks, Russia, and the Trump campaign over a cyber attack during the 2016 presidential election.
The lawsuit lists defendants including Russian hacker Guccifer 2.0, alleging Russian intelligence conducted the cyber attack.
And conspired with the Trump campaign in a brazen attack on American democracy.
And finally, Campo Santo, the studio behind the video game Firewatch, has been acquired by Valve.
Campo Santo announced the news on Saturday, saying the team would continue working on the upcoming In the Valley of Gods as a Valve game.
The move will see Valve return to its game developer roots after pivoting away from single-player games.
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