The revelations from the Facebook data scandal has shown the world the incredible scale of how social media companies and data brokers are harvesting and exploiting the personal information of millions of people around the world.1
And yet, Facebook executives have said little more than ‘sorry’ over the fact that over 600,000 Canadians had had their privacy compromised.2
This scandal has also shown us how Canada’s privacy laws have failed to protect us, and how they have no power to help us prevent something like this from happening again.3
With elections in Canada coming up in 2019, we need answers about what happened, and what our government needs to do to stop it from happening again.
Ask your question to whistleblower Christopher Wylie in the form above, and help arm us with the information we need to get Canada’s privacy protections fully updated to protect our private data. Please share this page as far and wide as you can!
 How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions: New York Times
 'We are sorry': Facebook execs grilled by Canadian MPs over Cambridge Analytica scandal: CBC
 Canada's privacy watchdog seeks stronger enforcement powers: Globe and Mail
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