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How to check if your Facebook was shared with Cambridge Analytica?

If you have never heard of the case of Cambridge Analytica with Facebook, then you must be living in some cave.

Ever since the scandal was revealed, Facebook has started notifying up to millions affected. However, if you did not receive any notification from Facebook but would like to check if your Facebook account is affected, you may do so by going to the Facebook's help centre. The quick-and-easy utility from Facebook will tell you whether you or a friend of yours were affected.

The Facebook check is here.

NOTE: You will need to be logged on to Facebook before the check can be performed.

You should see the following if your Facebook information was not shared with Cambridge Analytica.


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