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Christopher Wylie, a whistleblower and former employee with Cambridge Analytica, speaks during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on May 16, 2018/Photo by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Christopher Wylie, a whistleblower and former employee with Cambridge Analytica, speaks during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on May 16, 2018/Photo by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

The recent Federal Trade Commission decision against now-defunct Cambridge Analytica holds several important lessons for general counsel and their companies. The bottom line: Don’t lie to consumers.

Sue Reisinger

Senior reporter at ALM since 2004; based in Florida; covers general counsel and white collar crime; contact: sreisinger@alm.com

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