Want to check if Facebook has shared your data with Cambridge Analytica?. Here is how you can do that

Recently,Facebook has been in huge trouble since last 3 weeks when the news surfaced that Data Analytics firm, Cambridge Analytica had an access to millions of Facebook accounts data.

Facebook is trying its level best in making all the efforts to cover up the mess that was created by the leaked news but it seems like, Mark Zuckerberg is still not out of the woods.

Recently, Facebook has also began to tell its user whether their information was also accessed by political form or not.

In order to answer the most asked questions by the Facebook users, the company has started sending two types of notifications to its users.

Here is how it works:

If your data was accessed by Cambridge Analytica, you will get a note informing you about it. If you account was not accessed by the Data Analytics firm, the top of your newsfeed shows the message with the link to the apps and website management section of your Facebook settings.

The following image explains in detail.

The screen that will greet people who were affected by the Cambridge Analytica incident is on the right
The screen that will greet people who were affected by the Cambridge Analytica incident is on the right

In short, you can get to know if your data was compromised by looking at your newsfeed section.