CALIFORNIA: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally spoken out about WhatsApp Fasco, which has hurt the company’s reputation as a secure messaging app.
Describing the areas of his priorities in a lengthy Facebook post on his official account, Zuckerberg said, “Here are four major topics I’ve been focusing on for a year: communities, private messaging, small businesses. Trade tools, and build the next computing platform “
“WhatsApp is also an important part of our strategy,” he said.
Addressing concerns about the security of users’ data, Mark Zuckerberg clarified that “this update does not alter the privacy of anyone’s messages with * friends and family.”
“All of these messages are ultimately encrypted – which means we can’t see or hear what you say, and we will never do that unless the person you’re sending the message to share it.” Don’t choose to. “
Zuckerberg said more than 175 million people message on the WhatsApp business account every day, and the company is developing new features to make it easier to do business with the app.
He said that because many businesses need more than a phone to manage their customer service, the company has created “tools” for businesses to store their WhatsApp chats using their secure hosting infrastructure. And allowing them to be managed. “