REUTERS/Henry Nicholls Nigel Oakes, the founder of Cambridge Analytica's parent company SCL Group, said in an interview that he operated "without much of an ethical radar." He said the industry of data mining requires regulation, but had no concrete suggestions for how this might be enforced. Oakes also praised former Cambridge Analytica Alexander Nix, who was previously his partner at SCL. Nigel Oakes, the founder of Cambridge Analytica's parent company SCL Group, has spoken out about the ethical problems around data mining. Nigel Oakes founded SCL in 2005, and spoke about his experience on "The Truth Trade" podcast in what it is one of the first in-depth interviews with a Cambridge Analytica executive since the Facebook data scandal.

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