Cambridge Analytica has been advised by the UK Data Protection Commissioner to release information about US citizen David Carroll
The data demand is due to a lawsuit filed by Prof. Carroll, who wants to know what information the company owns
The Company is the focus of a series of data about millions of Facebook users.
Cambridge Analytica could face a heavy fine if it does not meet before the 30-day deadline. [1
Prof. Carroll, an adjunct professor at New York's Parsons School of Design, was asked to find out what information he had gathered about him when it revealed that Cambridge Analytica had built up profiles of 240 million Americans. 19659007] He sent a data request to Cambridge Analytica. In March of last year, he returned information showing how he had reached him in a small group of political categories, including gun control and national security.
Prof. Carroll then took legal action to find out more, believing the information he received was incomplete. Cambridge Analytica had previously boasted that each voter profile created used 4,000 to 5,000 data points.
As Cambridge Analytica-based Data Controller, SCL Elections, was based in the United Kingdom, Prof Carroll filed suit with the High Court in London and filed a complaint with the British Information Commissioner Office.
They should uncover a lot of secrets about what the company did with data and where it came from, "he told the Guardian newspaper.
The High Court case will be heard over the next few months.  Image copyright
In a letter sent to the company, the Information Commissioner said he wanted to know where the data about Mr Carroll came from and what had happened to it.
"The company has always refused to cooperate with our company In this case, Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has made a statement.
Cambridge Analytica, who has repeatedly stated that she did nothing wrong with the processing of the data It is rumored that the use of millions of Facebook users' personal information for political campaigns is reportedly without their consent or knowledge.
Neither Cambridge Analytica nor SCL Elections responded to a request for comment on ICO demand
Last week, bankruptcy proceedings were opened for Cambridge Analytica and SCL Elections, which were accused of "closing the media coverage" that the two companies had encountered as part of the Facebook data theft scandal.