However, Facebook's boss Mark Zuckerberg hopes to regain her confidence where Zuckerberg in a blog post he wrote on the Facebook website promised that the company would do so a privacy-oriented roadmap for the future Zuckerberg admits, however, that this does not seem catchy to the company, believes it will be able to do so for its users.
"I understand that many people believe Facebook could or would not want to build this kind of privacy-driven platform ̵
Zuckerberg is taking some of the steps that the company is going to take to ensure greater privacy to their users. This includes reducing durability, which means that what you post will not last forever. He also touches on things like data centers where Facebook has in the past decided to shun countries known for violations of human rights, such as privacy and freedom of expression.
We're not sure if all this is enough to help Facebook regain users' trust, but we'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, Facebook had recently confirmed that there will be its tool "Clear History" later this year.
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