Highlights: Mark Zuckerberg unveils a privacy-focused future for Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg announced a privacy-driven future for Facebook in the near future. At the company’s annual F8 developer conference, Zuckerberg said that the company is still recovering the privacy breaches that hit the world’s largest social networking platform. Going forward, the company is going to roll out a range of features to ensure users’ privacy and security on the platform. He laid out six fundamentals for Facebook’s future – private interaction, encryption (end-to-end encryption), reduced performance, safety, interoperability, and secure data storage. Zuckerberg also promised Facebook won’t users data on its servers for a longer period. Facebook founder also unveiled design changes to that Messenger and Facebook applications that focus on personal interactions rather than businesses. For instance, the revamped Messenger app features a “Friends” section where one will see the latest updates including status updates, photos and videos, from contacts they frequently interact with. Here are the highlights from F8 annual developer conference.