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"The things that I was building on originally for the defense of our democracies had been completely inverted," Christopher Wylie says of his work at Cambridge Analytica. Gabby Laurent/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Whistleblower Explains How Cambridge Analytica Helped Fuel U.S. 'Insurgency'

In 2014, Christopher Wylie resigned from his position as Cambridge Analytica's research director. He later exposed the company's role in the Trump presidential campaign and the Brexit referendum.

"The things that I was building on originally for the defense of our democracies had been completely inverted," Christopher Wylie says of his work at Cambridge Analytica. Gabby Laurent/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Gabby Laurent/Penguin Random House

Whistleblower Explains How Cambridge Analytica Helped Fuel U.S. 'Insurgency'

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From WHYY in Philadelphia