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Protecting Your Information' contains a link that lets you check the apps you use
It also shows you the extent of the information you have shared with those apps
Users whose data was shared with Cambridge Analytica receive additional info
One estimate says 87 million users, mainly in the United States, were affected
A separate tool lets you manually check whether you or your friends logged into the 'This Is Your Digital Life' quiz responsible for the data grab
The revelations is likely to trigger a wave of lawsuits in the US and elsewhere
An ongoing California lawsuit seeks damages on behalf of users affected by a previous phone call and text message logging scandal
Facebook has launched a new tool that lets you check whether your data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica.
Starting today, Facebook's 2.2 billions users began to receive a notification on their newsfeed.
Titled 'Protecting Your Information,' it contains a link to let you see what apps you use and what information you have shared with them.
A separate tool lets you manually check whether you or your friends logged into the 'This Is Your Digital Life' quiz responsible for the data grab.
Around 87 million users who may have had their information shared with Cambridge Analytica will get a more detailed message explaining this, according to Facebook.
However, the whistleblower behind the revelations about the consultancy firm says the true number affected by the scandal could be far higher.
Facebook is still reeling from its worst privacy crisis in history, which saw Trump-affiliated company Cambridge Analytica use data mining to try and influence the US presidential election.
A class action lawsuit filed against the firm yesterday is now seeking compensation for the roughly 70 million US users who were affected as 'Facebook stood idly by' while Cambridge Analytica 'sucked down' their data.

Facebook says most of the users caught up in the Cambridge Analytica scandal are
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