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Sunday, 29 March 2020

Zuckerberg says Facebook is working hard to merge all of your data in order to make it more private

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Mark Zuckerberg, the father and CEO of 15-year old social media network called Facebook, has announced his deliberate plans to make Facebook more private and secure than it has ever been. 'As I think about the future of the internet, I believe a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today's open platforms,' Zuckerberg posted yesterday. He previously decided not to delete his personal FB account mostly because of the new rules the company is planning to establish.

'To tell you the truth, I was also worried, and I also feel the constant pressure whether my photos or posts are adequate enough, or does this outfit matches the background… But after the news I have received from my engineering team, I'm now 100 per cent convinced that I should keep my account, and so should you,' he said in this powerful pro-Facebook statement.

The famous Silicon Valley company has been working on an improved and unified messaging system that will incorporate all of its services, so all of your data will be preserved on one spot only, and if anyone tries to reach it, it would be much harder to obtain thoroughly guarded data. Zuckerberg also highlighted that he's considering moving Facebook to the dark web, in order to make it more private and secure.

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