Arron Banks’s Eldon Insurance Services has denied suggestions in Parliament that client data may have been used in the Brexit referendum campaign
Arron Banks’s Eldon Insurance Services has denied suggestions that it may have passed on customer data to be used in the Brexit referendum campaign.
“No Eldon data was used by the Leave.eu campaign,” said Elizabeth Bilney, chief executive of Eldon Insurance Services.
The denial follows last week’s testimony to the House of Commons select committee on Digital, Culture, Media & Sport by former Cambridge Analytica employee Brittany Kasier about whether insurance client data may have been used by the data research firm and the Brexit campaign.
“Eldon insurance Services can confirm that no personal data relating to its customers was sent or shared with Cambridge Analytica or to any other referendum campaigner for use in the EU referendum campaign,” Bilney said.
“Eldon is committed to complying with data protection laws and takes appropriate measures to protect its customer data,” she said.