Paul Grewal, Facebook’s vice president and deputy general counsel, has had the unenviable task of being the public voice for the company as it has tried to explain how voter-profiling company Cambridge Analytica gained access to information for 50 million Facebook users without their permission.

The brewing privacy scandal has led to criticism from politicians on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean of the company and its handling of user information.

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