Facebook has faced increasing scrutiny from the public and regulators because of digital privacy, and wants to rebrand its other apps: Instagram and WhatsApp.
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Facebook envisions a future in which people will be able to type out words and send messages using only their minds with project Moonshot.
This week at the F8 developer conference, we saw Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg announce updates to the company’s three core platforms, AI developments and VR.
Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s latest promise is that his social media conglomerate will become a “privacy-focused” one. By turns lauded and lambasted, this move does not quite address users’ primary problems with the company.
We’ve gotten used to Facebook being rather terrible at anything like protecting user privacy, being transparent about … most things, or keeping its promises. So we could be forgiven for being skeptical of Mark Zuckerburg’s newest note to the internet, which claims that Facebook is looking towards a “privacy-focused” future for the social network.
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