Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written a long post explaining how he see secure, private communication as the future of the social network, and that WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram's messaging services could soon be integrated. Zuckerberg, privacy-focused communications platform will be more important given this is what users want and that more of them are now cautious of having a permanent record.
Previously, it has been reported that Zuckerberg is looking at integrating WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram Messaging and the new post make its clear that this will be happening in the future.
According to Zuckerberg, “privacy-focused communications platform” will be more important given this is what users want and that more of them are now “cautious of having a permanent record of what they’ve shared.”
The Facebook CEO has acknowledged in his post that many might not be convinced by the company’s argument of building a “privacy-focused platform,” given the history of the social network. He admits the company does not “currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services, and we’ve historically focused on tools for more open sharing.”