Mark Zuckerberg believes Facebook’s future is private messaging

Mark Zuckerberg believes Facebook’s future is private messaging

"I believe a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today’s open platforms," Zuckerberg wrote Wednesday.
March 6th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

On Wednesday March 6, 2019, Recode wrote:
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But CEO Mark Zuckerberg made clear on Wednesday, March 6, that private messaging isn’t just significant to Facebook’s future.

Let’s spell it out clearly: That’s an incredibly significant acknowledgment, and a move away from what has made Facebook a massive, global powerhome. It also makes it hard to stop the spread of so-called fake news, an issue WhatsApp has been dealing with globally, but especially in India.

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