Facebook  Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg told that the company would introduce potential conversion protocol with cipher or code for the popular messaging services to prevent unauthorized access and making the chatting service more transparent and compatible. The latest trend of abusing in social media pushed the biggest social network to provide a more secure and comprehensive facility of online chats.

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg told in a post on his social media profile that in the coming years the instant messaging would overlook the discussion traditionally in the open platform of Facebook’s news feed, where the public posts can be viral across the world.

Zuckerberg also told, “ Working towards implementing end-to-end encryption for all private communications is the right thing to do”, He alerted about the details initiative by the consulting experts could change the company gesture throughout 2019.

The strategic planning could disappoint the law imposing surveillance efforts as well as legislators who have invited on Facebook for better modification of user content. It would also restrain the ability of the company to escalate the revenue through targeted advertisement.

But according to Zuckerberg, the balance between incompatible features scope the users to control their data while still having easy access to their contacts. As part of the strategy of Zuckerberg, a Facebook user would be able to communicate with the users of WhatsApp through only Messenger account and vice versa. Users would also get more options for how long they want to chats and to save.

He told, “ The future of communication will increasingly shift to private, encrypted services where people can be confident what they say to each other stays secure and their messages and content won’t stick around forever. This is the future I hope we will help bring about.”

 

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