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Facebook Says Future Of Company Depends On Privacy

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During Facebook F8 2019, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said “The future is private.” According to Digital Trends, Facebook has faced multiple issues with privacy and has lost public trust. In the company’s annual developer conference, Zuckerberg cited six core pillars that would lead to more privacy. Those include private interactions, encryption, reduced permanence, safety,interoperability and secure data storage. Yet, with the platform being based on advertising, there still needs to be some form of information collection.

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