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Zuckerberg aims to merge Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook messages

Zuckerberg aims to merge Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook messages”

Zuckerberg also mentioned that the company "won't keep messages or stories around for longer than necessary to deliver the service or longer than people need them". "We do not believe storing people's data in some countries is a secure enough foundation to build such important internet infrastructure on....but storing data in more countries also establishes a precedent that emboldens other governments to seek greater access to their citizen's data and therefore weakens privacy and security protections for people around the world". "As part of our ongoing commitment to privacy, we are removing the Facebook SDK App Events component from both the Android and iOS apps in the next version releases".

"Facebook is making a fearless noise about improving user privacy, but the proof of the pudding is in the eating", James Slaby, director of cyber protection at backup and disaster recovery software firm Acronis, told SiliconANGLE. The new platforms will be safe, says Zuckerberg, and all Facebook apps should be able to help people connect across different networks.

But he said the company was planning to build a "privacy-focused communications platform" that he believed would become "even more important than today's open platforms".

Zuckerberg said this is only the first step, as synchronizing the company's messaging apps could drive e-commerce opportunities. While this could work, it may also be the final straw for users who could turn to smaller encryption services like Signal. The messages will be encrypted end-to-end, which means that Facebook will have no idea what they say.

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And if the CEO of a social media platform with 2.32 billion monthly active users predicts a shift of focus in social media marketing then we simply can not ignore it.

The so-called Mainstream Network is said to have run a series of political ads on Facebook previous year which targeted voters in key Leave-voting constituencies, urging them to pressure their MP not to back Theresa May's withdrawal deal. By tapping into private communication, Facebook would be able to restore the trust of the public, which was damaged after the social network's mishaps.

To achieve this new goal, Zuckerberg explained, Facebook's messaging platforms will change to look more like WhatsApp and will be built around several principles: Private interactions, encryption, reducing permanence, safety, interoperability and secure data storage.

The emphasis of the service is not on private messaging. While the company will not eradicate public sharing, a proliferation of private and secure communications could potentially hurt its business model.

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That's a grand vision, and it will take time.

The digital currency will nearly certainly be used on the Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging platform and stands to be juxtapositioned against the model of decentralized digital currencies, Bitcoin (BTC). "I wanted to create an environment where people could share whatever information they wanted, but also have control over whom they shared that information with". The SDK integrates with apps to provide features like analytics or letting users log in with Facebook.

So perhaps the least surprising thing about Facebook's purported new path so many years later is that it just sounds like some dude pushing into his 30s: consciously mellowed (or gently jaded) and broadcasting a feigned air of wisdom; seemingly less thirsty for random connections, casual acquaintances, and big crowds; suddenly more inclined to stay home and chill with close friends.

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