first_imgPerhaps that is because Mr Oakes works in political “influencing” with an affiliate of the now notorious Cambridge Analytica (CA), which stands accused of harvesting the personal data of tens of millions of Facebook users to help Donald Trump win the last US presidential election.  But perhaps Oakes’s avoidance of… In America, his efforts have caused such concern that the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee has just demanded a personal briefing about the protection of user data – in a letter addressed jointly to Oakes and Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg.center_img Nigel Oakes doesn’t like to draw attention to himself. He’s that rare thing – a publicity man who doesn’t like publicity. last_img