Parliamentary report set to savage 'duplicitous' Facebook | Technology

Facebook can not be trusted to regulate itself and be subject to sweeping new legislation.

In English elections since 2014. The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee will publish a report night.

Facebook and its "duplicitous" chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has ignored calls to give evidence to the committee.

The committee, chaired by Damian Collins, Tory MP for Folkestone, has been at the forefront of the world, and has been co-ordinating the efforts of a committee of politicians from nine countries.

Collins said on Friday that the committee would be releasing unpublished documents from Six4Three, a US software developer engaged in a bitter dispute with Facebook. "When the Cambridge Analytic story broke," he said, "Facebook made all of these public pronouncements about how shocked they were that people had been abused. What these documents show is that they were actually MO. They are practiced quite breathtaking. "

The Washington Post last week that Facebook was in progress with the US Federal Trade Commission over the mishandling exposed by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The end is reported to potentially run into billions of dollars. Evidence of its abuse of competition laws. The report will be sent to the EU referendum.Chris Vickery, to cybersecurity expert, to the United Kingdom.

The committee has engaged to the experts to the evidence, some of which was published by the Observer and which showed similarities in the AIQ: Vote Leave, BeLeave, Veterans for Britain and the DUP. Under British electoral laws, it is illegal for campaigns to co-ordinate unless they declare spending jointly.

Call for an independent investigation into foreign interference in British elections It will put Theresa May into a potentially embarrassing spot. She has been invited to speak in November 2017 but has been silent ever since, despite mounting evidence including the Observer'S revelations of a relationship between Arron Banks, the funder of the Leave.EU campaign, and the Russian government.

The source of Banks is now under investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA), but the government has been refused to say anything to be investigated leader, Tom Watson.