The filings note an estimated number of creditors between 1-49, estimated assets of USD 100,001 - USD 500,000 and estimated liabilities of USD 1,000,001 - USD 10 million, CNN reported.
Facebook confirmed the charge in April and informed that the data of a total of 87 million users was used without authorisation by the data firm.
According to several media reports, Cambridge Analytica, said in its May 2 statement that it has "been the subject of numerous unfounded accusations" and that it has been vilified for activities that are not only legal, "but also widely accepted as a standard component of online advertising."
The company blamed a "siege of media coverage" for driving away customers and forcing its closure.
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