The Guardian / The Observer
Carole Cadwalladr is a journalist for The Guardian and The Observer in the UK. Her investigation into Cambridge Analytica, which she shared with The New York Times, resulted in Mark Zuckerberg being called before Congress and Facebook losing more than $100 billion of its share price. Investigations into the company’s use of data are still ongoing all over the world. Cadwalladr has also uncovered multiple crimes committed during the European referendum and evidence of Russian interference in Brexit.
The Cambridge Analytica Files (The Guardian / The Observer)