Vanity Fair is reporting that Facebook is getting even more bad press when it comes to user data. With the events of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, more and more people are taking a look at the data the Facebook has on them. One user, Dylan McKay, and Android user, downloaded his Facebook data as a Zip file, and found that from the time between November 2016 and July 2017, the archive contained “the metadata of every cellular call I’ve ever made, including time and duration” and “metadata about every text message I’ve ever received or sent,” as well as a historical record of every contact that has ever been in his phone. Facebook responded with a blog post that likely isn't going to win any customer satisfaction awards. In a interview with the Guardian, a Facebook spokesperson stated: “Contact uploading is optional. People are expressly asked if they want to give permission to upload their contacts from their phone – it’s explained right there in the apps when you get started. People can delete previously uploaded information at any time and can find all the information available to them in their account and activity log from our Download Your Information tool.” This news comes the same day that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided to testify before Congress according to a report from CNN.