These included limiting the retention period for Mark’s messages in Messenger. We did so in full compliance with our legal obligations to preserve messages. - Spokesperson of FacebookIt has been noticed that not all messages of Zuckerberg since 2014 were deleted. This could imply that the boss is having some special treatment from his company in an attempt to prevent certain potential embarrassments. But Cassey Newton via Twitter points out the more practical point that establishes Facebook's high ground of seriousness in their iterative talks of commitments about privacy. The company policies do not entail content removal unless community standards are violated. This ensures that they came up with a two-way privacy measurement, one for the users and another for the executives. Users cannot delete messages from their recipients’ inboxes, but this has been made possible continuously for Zuckerberg Messenger texts. This comes out at a shaky time for the social media, and for the CEO himself, with Cambridge Analytica issue and several others. Zuckerberg will need to testify before Congress in the coming week regarding user data protection. Very recently, Facebook has made user data protection from third-party apps stricter than before. They have as well reduced Android call history and SMS data collection as a part of the broader initiative. Things are still not going smoothly for the company, with Indonesian investigation and Brazilian allegation in the mix. Social media fans and marketers around the world will want that things go well for Zuckerberg in court next week. Stay put to get more updates on the matter.
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