Cambridge Analytica, which was hired by Donald Trump in 2016, has denied its work on the USA president's successful election campaign made use of data allegedly improperly harvested from around 87 million Facebook users. He later claims he "caveated" his words by saying his answers were hypothetical, but that Channel 4 edited this part of his speech out.
"It's the case that all SCL companies are in administration", Mr Nix said.
However, though there are concerns around the handling of their data, just nine per cent of respondents said the Cambridge Analytica scandal led to them deleting content from their social media sites - but still not going as far as deleting their accounts.
He told MPs he thought he was being asked whether CA held data from GSR at the time of the hearing, but later realised the question was whether it had ever held such information.
Nix piled into the broadcast press, as he described Channel 4 of running "a very deliberate programme of deception" against his company. "Because of all those business pictures that you've done and that you've done ethically and the one that you did unethically was the one that was recorded".
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A spokesperson said: "All Mr Nix's comments carried in our reports were used in context, including any caveats". "On top of that, trust among users is now low and they are exercising greater caution in what they do and share", said Frances Revel, insight director at the7stars. Channel 4 says the documentary conveyed all of Mr.
In a mammoth three-and-a-half hour evidence session in the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee's inquiry into fake news, Mr Nix dismissed Mr Wylie as a "bitter and jealous" individual who had "bombarded" CA with allegations after leaving the company - many of which had proved to be false.
"I'm sorry if members of this committee are unhappy with the outcome of the referendum, I'm sorry if members of the committee are unhappy with Donald Trump being President of the United States", said a clearly angry Mr Nix.
Nix appeared before British lawmakers for a second time on Wednesday to testify about his role in the data sharing scandal that exposed the information of millions of Facebook users without their consent.