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Britain’s electoral law is "not fit for purpose" and should be updated to tackle the growing use of social media and online micro-targeting of voters by political campaigners, the Culture Committee recommends.

The committee pointed to warnings by the Information Commissioner of a “disturbing disregard for voters’ personal privacy” in the way their personal information was being used in political campaigns.

It also follows the scandal over Cambridge Analytica, a political consultancy that worked for Donald Trump, which improperly obtained the personal data of 50m Facebook users.

The committee calls for absolute transparency of political campaigning, with clear banners on all paid-for political...

Britain’s electoral law is "not fit for purpose" and should be updated to tackle the growing use of social media and online micro-targeting of voters by political campaigners, the Culture Committee recommends.

The committee pointed to warnings by the Information Commissioner of a “disturbing disregard for voters’ personal privacy” in the way their personal information was being used in political campaigns.

It also follows the scandal over Cambridge Analytica, a political consultancy that worked for Donald Trump, which improperly obtained the personal data of 50m Facebook users.

The committee calls for absolute transparency of political campaigning, with clear banners on all paid-for political...

Britain’s electoral law is "not fit for purpose" and should be updated to tackle the growing use of social media and online micro-targeting of voters by political campaigners, the Culture Committee recommends.

The committee pointed to warnings by the Information Commissioner of a “disturbing disregard for voters’ personal privacy” in the way their personal information was being used in political campaigns.

It also follows the scandal over Cambridge Analytica, a political consultancy that worked for Donald Trump, which improperly obtained the personal data of 50m Facebook users.

The committee calls for absolute transparency of political campaigning, with clear banners on all paid-for political...

Britain’s electoral law is "not fit for purpose" and should be updated to tackle the growing use of social media and online micro-targeting of voters by political campaigners, the Culture Committee recommends.

The committee pointed to warnings by the Information Commissioner of a “disturbing disregard for voters’ personal privacy” in the way their personal information was being used in political campaigns.

It also follows the scandal over Cambridge Analytica, a political consultancy that worked for Donald Trump, which improperly obtained the personal data of 50m Facebook users.

The committee calls for absolute transparency of political campaigning, with clear banners on all paid-for political...