Rahul Gandhi accuses PM Modi

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As the parliament logjam persisted for almost two weeks, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today accused the Narendra Modi government of being "afraid" to face the no-confidence motion moved against it.

Rahul's remarks come just days after the BJP accused the Congress of compromising national security by roping in political data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica to run its 2019 election campaign.

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On Saturday, a French vigilante hacker, Eliot Alderson made a stunning revelation accusing PM Narendra Modi of having compromised the personal data of millions of Indians, who had downloaded his personal mobile app. Hitting back, the BJP said that Mr Gandhi was "no match" for Mr Modi and it was "amusing" to see Congress chief's "fright" about the app. "The permissions required are all contextual and cause-specific", according to party sources. It also said the data is used only for analytics using third party service, similar to Google Analytics. When his name was proposed for the Supreme Court, Modi ji's ego was hurt. It added that analytics on user data is done to offer users contextual content.

The ministry raised six questions in its notice, from whether the firm had engaged in profiling based on the data collected, to how the data was used and if consent had been secured from the concerned individuals. Ovleno Business Intelligence, the India partner of Cambridge Analytica's parent company, Strategic Communications Laboratories, mentioned BJP, Congress and JD (U) as its clients on its website, which was taken down earlier this week.

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Prasad also questioned if the notice given to Cambridge Analytica anxious the Congress chief.

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Prasad recently insisted that the Congress has used the services of Cambridge Analytica and said several media reports about the opposition party using the services of the firm had appeared in October and November previous year and it never denied those stories till the BJP raised the issue. "All they do is scare the masses about technology while they continue to steal data using "Brahmastra" of Cambridge Analytica".