In the era of fake news, the media continues to be of national interest, boiling over when The Guardian and The New York Times reports that the firm Cambridge Analytica has taken private data on users from Facebook. The world unleashes its anger and fury at their private information being stolen and utilized by others without their permission, with investigations and condemnations continuing to make international headlines.

Public trust of Facebook begins to disintegrate and stocks proceed to free-fall. With stockholders demanding immediate solutions to stop the situation, the Board of Directors convenes an emergency meeting to deal with the aftermath of this public relations nightmare and rebuild trust among their users.

Could this be the end of Facebook? Or will it survive to sustain its position as the premier social media network defining the 21st century? The chairman awaits you.


MEET YOUR STAFF

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joanna wagner, chair

Pardee / KHC ’20 International Relations / Minor: Environmental Analysis & Policy

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sahika aydinol, VICE CHAIR

CAS / QST ’22 Political Science & Philosophy / Business Administration

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NEHA IYER, Crisis director

QST ’20 Business Administration

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SAMantha koplik, ASSISTANT CRISIS DIRECTOR

ENG ’20 Biomedical Engineering