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Future of Social Networking after the Facebook Data Scandal

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Social media will need to make room for smaller “trusted networks” closer to everyone’s particular interests, for users to maintain their recent willingness to share data with big commerce, predicts Jason Finch, a Scotland-based web interaction pioneer.

Facebook is likely to emerge largely intact from its involvement in the Cambridge Analytica scandal over sales of personal information and election influencing, says Finch. Advertising should also meanwhile keep its place as a dominant form of revenue for top internet groups.

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