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Cambridge Analytica: Griffith says He Works on Facts, Not Politicians’

    POLICE Commissioner Gary Griffith says he works on facts and evidence and not on comments by Parliamentarians. He made the comment on the private Facebook page of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. This following a post by Rowley after the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) said it closed the investigation into allegations […]Read More

Young: Special Prosecutor for Cambridge Analytica Scandal

PORT-OF-SPAIN – THE Trinidad and Tobago Government will appoint a special prosecutor to look at the Cambridge Analytica data mining scandal. National Security Minister Stuart Young said the Government will also be asking for a criminal investigation into the scandal as it relates to TT. He was speaking at a news conference on Wednesday at […]Read More

Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Fearful of Coming to TT

  THE man at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica (CA) data-mining scandal is fearful about coming to Trinidad and Tobago. This was revealed by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi at a press conference at his office in Port-of-Spain yesterday. Al-Rawi said Christopher Wylie was willing to testify before a Joint Select Committee of the Parliament […]Read More

AG: Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower May Appear Before TT Parliament

THE whistleblower in the Cambridge Analytica (CA) scandal that alleged the data of 87 million Facebook users was obtained for political purposes during the 2016 US presidential elections could appear before Trinidad and Tobago’s Parliament. This was revealed yesterday by Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi who said Christopher Wylie’s attorneys has indicated his willingness to help […]Read More