Facebook Building a 'Clear History' Feature

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Zuckerberg said the Cambridge Analytica scandal - where up to 87 million users had their information unknowingly grabbed by the political firm - wasn't something the company could explain away.

Zuckerberg showed a video of himself testifying before Congress, with a conversation happening alongside it. "Let's not do that again any time soon", he said to laughs.

Match has upped investments in older online dating websites, expanded Tinder globally, and started new projects to increase advertising revenue.

Zuckerberg also took mercy on Facebook app developers, who have had to cope with reduced access to data and a suspension of app approvals.

Like Facebook, though, Google says its services will perform worse without the data it uses to, for instance, help users auto-complete their searches.

Depending on how many users opt out of Facebook's browsing history collection practices, the announcement could force advertisers to get more creative about how they retarget consumers on the platform rather than relying on a code to track activity. In April, Facebook limited the amount of information third-party developers can collect from users without Facebook's express approval within its application programming interfaces.

Facebook Messenger Kids App Gets Sleep Mode Parental Control
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At the Facebook developer's conference today, via Reuters, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that the world's largest social network would soon have a dating feature.

The dating service is being built with privacy in mind, so that friends will not be able to see a person's dating profile, Zuckerberg said.

In January, Zuckerberg pledged he'd "fix" Facebook's biggest problems this year and said he was eager to solve major issues that plague the platform, including abuse and election interference. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the company's plan to make the headset six months ago. The company has been under fire recently for possibly not doing this with its other features over the years. Messenger is going to expand that feature gradually, Facebook said, with suggestions for more translations in the future.

The founder of the network has told that will make to increase security. The company expects more than 5,000 developers to attend.

Recode has the details on Facebook's latest update for users.