The future of Facebook is privacy and privacy. Keeping in view, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to make it better through a ‘privacy-focused’ revamp the leading platform Facebook.
Zuckerberg recently published a blog post stating how he plans to make the social networking site newer and more private by including private interactions, using end-to-end encryption and much more.
Zuckerberg mentioned that the privacy-focused platform will be built around several principles. These include private interactions where people will have ‘simple, intimate places’ to have clear control over their data.
They also aim to include end-to-end encryption where user’s private communication will be secure even from Facebook.
Moreover, other factors including safety and secure data storage ideas are also included in the privacy-focused feature that will be developed over the next few years.
“I believe we should be working towards a world where people can speak privately and live freely knowing that their information will only be seen by who they want to see it and won’t all stick around forever. If we can help move the world in this direction, I will be proud of the difference we’ve made,” CEO Facebook Zuckerberg concluded.