Honestly, I'm actually speechless that he said that. I honestly have no idea how to explain that. I think it's unfortunate because there's a lot of information that I think is really important for people, regulators, and legislatures to know about. They had every opportunity to participate in blowing the whistle, and they decided not to, so you'll have to ask him that. I find it absolutely shocking that he didn't know what Cambridge Analytica was, when it was AIQ's largest client.
Evidence of meeting #109 for Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics in the 42nd Parliament, 1st Session. (The original version is on Parliament’s site, as are the minutes.) The winning word was scl.
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