QUOTE OF THE DAY: Alexander Nix, Cambridge Analytica and stories about emails that “destruct in two hours”

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Migrant Tales insight: Alexander Nix is the suspended CEO of Cambridge Analytica, the hybrid war company that is at the heart of the Facebook data breach scandal.   

Nix makes himself look like a fool in the video below filmed by undercover journalists. He gives us the impression of impunity and of secure emails called ProtonEmail that are supposed to self-destruct shortly after they are sent (see 16:17 min). Little does he know that the video recording his words will not self-destruct but force his career and company to destruct instead.  


“So that you send them [emails], and after they’ve been read, two hours later they disappear.”

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