Facebook will add ‘Unsend’ feature to Messenger, but here’s who allows disappearing messages now

Facebook has been trying really, really hard to convince its users that the social network cares about our privacy and is becoming a more (buzzword alert) “transparent” platform.

This makes the recent revelation that Facebook secretly deleted Mark Zuckerberg’s messages in Messenger without notifying the recipients uncomfortable, to say the very least.

On Friday, TechCrunch revealed that Facebook has been scrubbing private messages Zuckerberg sent before 2014 from the platform. People who’d communicated with Zuckerberg over Messenger found that their messages suddenly looked like entirely one-sided conversations — with no trace of Zuckerberg’s correspondence left in their inboxes. Facebook never notified them it was doing this. Read more…

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Source: Mashable | Facebook will add ‘Unsend’ feature to Messenger, but here’s who allows disappearing messages now

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