Zuckerberg vision: How Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram will be integrated

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written a lengthy publication in which he explains how he sees secure and private communication as the future of the social network and that the messaging services of WhatsApp, Messenger and Instagram could soon be integrated.


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a detailed publication on his personal page, pointing out that the future of the social network lies in investing in private discussions, with an emphasis on end-to-end encryption of all products. Previously, it was reported that Zuckerberg is currently studying the integration of WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram Messaging, and the new publication makes it clear that this will happen in the future.

According to Zuckerberg, the "privacy-centric communication platform" will be all the more important as it is what users want and more and more of them "are now wary of having a permanent record from what they shared. "

The CEO of Facebook acknowledged in his publication that many people may not be convinced by the company's argument to create a "privacy-focused platform" given the history of the social network. He admits that the company does not currently have a strong reputation for creating privacy protection services, and we have always focused on tools for more open exchange.
Zuckerberg in end-to-end encryption, interoperability

Facebook already has WhatsApp, which uses end-to-end encryption by default for all chats, and Messenger also offers an option for a secret conversation, which is encrypted end-to-end. But according to the plans, Facebook is looking for more "interoperability" within its platforms, while preserving encryption.

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