It states also that the Northern District is where Menlo, Park, California-based Facebook is headquartered, and that Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco "who is presiding over nearly half of the pending actions is an experienced transferee judge who can steer this litigation on a prudent course".
"However, such reports raise uncomfortable questions about the assurances made by Facebook", the statement said. He said the data was deleted at Facebook's request.
The fake news enquiry kicked off in thorny fashion, as Nix refused to answer committee chair Damian Collins' opening question about the current state of Cambridge Analytica. Facebook data was used by the British firm as part of its work, he said.
Kogan had told MPs he did give Cambridge Analytica the data. The former head of the defunct political consultant Cambridge Analytica clashed Wednesday with British lawmakers investigating the use of Facebook data in election campaigns, claiming that the firm had become the subject of global derision because of its involvement in Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. He admitted he had been foolish and had made exaggerated claims in order to attract what he thought was a potential client.
Nix stepped down from the helm of Cambridge Analytica in April after Channel 4 broadcast footage of him telling an undercover reporter the company could send "Ukrainian girls" to a rival politician's home.
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"The Government of India is deeply concerned about reports of such lapses/ violations", the statement said.
It followed the day after the Observer published an exclusive report alleging CA had harvested the data of 50m Facebook users in order to influence the USA presidential elections.
He said: "I wasn't aware of it, I didn't know that Britanny Kaiser had been to the embassy".
Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who exposed the relations between Cambridge Analytica and the data firms was, he warned, spreading a damaging and misleading conspiracy theory.
Over the course of almost four hours, Nix launched a series of attacks on the Guardian, Channel 4 News, whistleblower Chris Wiley and the UK's data protection watchdog.