Mark Zuckerberg says he hasn't seen a 'meaningful number' of people delete their Facebook accounts after the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal.
The founder of the social media giant says he's sorry about the recent controversy and has promised to take action to stop any more data breaches.
Zuckerberg told CNN "We're going to go now and investigate every app that has access to a large amount of information from before we locked down our platform. If we detect any suspicious activity - we're go do a full forensic audit and make sure that no one out there is improperly using data."
He's admitted there was a 'major breach of trust' over claims a company used data from the social networking site to try to influence elections.
It's expected that Facebook bosses will soon have to give answers to the Irish government about the scandal.
You can check out the full CNN interview below: