Just when it seemed like Facebook's state of scandal couldn't get any worse, it did.
The social media giant revealed the full scope of Cambridge Analytica's data collection which is now said to have affected 87 million users.
Mostly U.S. based.
That's almost twice as much as originally reported.
Which would restrict the information third party apps can collect.
Cambridge Analytica was accused of gathering data from users and friends of users without their knowledge after downloading a quiz app.
In a Q&A with the press Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took full responsibility for the data grab and admitted the company should've done more to protect user data from abuse.
He will remain CEO of the company.
Company and reiterated his commitment to provide a safer ecosystem and better privacy options for its user base.
But a lot of the damage has been done and the information is already out there.
Want to know whether its your data that's out there, look for a link at the top of your news feed on April 9th.
You will also be able to see if any other third party apps have access to your information.
Also happening next week, Zuckerberg's date with congress.
He's set to testify on the company's privacy practices on April 11.
So stay tuned.