Barron’s, March 24, 2018: “It’s too late to submit a shareholder proposal for Facebook’s June annual meeting, but you can expect a deluge of criticism following the revelation that Cambridge Analytica improperly shared data from millions of Facebook profiles—and some surprising support for two proposals that predate the current scandal and might have otherwise languished….’This is part of a broader discussion they have to have about data privacy, given how central it is to investments,’ says Sebastian Vanderzeil, global thematic analyst at Cornerstone Capital Group, which has $1 billion invested in sustainably managed funds. ‘We’d like to see information on changes in internal reporting processes, external engagement, and governance structures” that help Facebook address data privacy.'”

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