The police and fire service cordon around the offices of controversial firm Cambridge Analytica (CA) has been lifted. The cordon was put in place, according to ITV, because a security guard reported a suspicious package he ‘didn’t like the look’ of:
Coming at a time when the Information Commissioner has still not received the warrant applied for several days ago to search CA’s offices and computers in relation to alleged massive data breaches and Channel 4 News’ dramatic undercover video footage of CA executives, the isolation of the office at a crucial juncture is bound to raise suspicions.
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