The Cambridge Analytica data leak has snowballed into something big. Facebook is under serious fire and users are thinking about deleting Facebook altogether. Known names to already have deleted Facebook include SpaceX, Tesla, Steve Wozniak, and Cher. 8.7 million accounts were compromised in this leak and if you’re wondering whether or not your Facebook data leaked to Cambridge Analytica, there’s a fairly simple way to find out.

Facebook has taken upon itself to notify all the 87 million victims of Cambridge Analytica Scandal, whose data may have been leaked by creating a link at the top of their News Feed.

Facebook Will Tell You

According to Mashable, Facebook will tell you itself if your data was stolen by Cambridge Analytica. You will see a notification at the top of you newsfeed telling you that your data may have been compromised (image via Mashable).

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Check For Yourself

You can still check for yourself. Visit this link and it will tell you whether or not your information was compromised.

It seems the leak is being attributed to an app called ‘This Is Your Digital Life’. If you or any of your friends ever logged into this app, then your information has been compromised.

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