Cambridge Analytica said none of Kogan's data was used in its 2016 election work for the "avoidance of doubt".
"Massachusetts residents deserve answers immediately from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica", Healey wrote.
Speaking to TechCrunch in 2017, CEO Alexander Nix said the firm was "always acquiring more" data.
Exiled NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden who is now in Russian Federation likened the "social media" to "surveillance companies" and said that the rebranding is the most successful deception since 1949.
Britain is very concerned by allegations that the British data firm Cambridge Analytica exploited data on millions of Facebook users without their authorization in election campaigns, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday.
In the USA, analysts harnessed data to generate thousands of messages targeting voters through their profiles on social media such as Facebook, Snapchat, or the Pandora Radio streaming service.
It said over the weekend that it was already considering the nexus of connections between Cambridge Analytica, its parent Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL) and Cambridge University professor Aleksandr Kogan, author of the testing app.
What has the company been accused of?
EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said she would seek clarification from Facebook about the reports by the New York Times and The Observer when she visits the United States this week. In doing so, users gave consent for the app to access information about their location, content they liked, and what Mark Zuckerberg's company qualified as some "limited information" about friends without strict privacy settings.
In explaining its decision on Friday, the social media giant said the thisisyourdigitallife app was legitimate, but accused Kogan of subsequently violating Facebook's terms by passing the data on to SCL/Cambridge Analytica.
The firm had secured a $15 million investment from billionaire Robert Mercer - who supported the Trump campaign - and wooed Bannon with the promise of tools that could identify the personalities of American voters and influence their behaviour, it has been claimed.
The Observer, based in Britain, said it was headed at the time by Steve Bannon, a top Trump adviser until he was sacked last summer.
Facebook said it found out what had happened in 2015 and was told all parties involved had deleted the data.
Christopher Wylie of Eunoia Technologies, who allegedly received user data from the app was also suspended.
Facebook said on March 18 it was conducting a "comprehensive internal and external review" to determine whether personal data from 50 million user profiles allegedly misused by a political consultant still existed.