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Facebook Introduces Self-destruct Messages, ‘sender/receiver’ Only Feature by shosilva: 10:47am On Jul 11, 2016
In a bid to enhance privacy, social media giant Facebook announced enhancements to the Facebook Messenger platform. The US technology giant said this feature would be known as “secret conversations” which can be read only by the sender and recipient.

“Providing more ways for people to safely share is an important part of making the world more open and connected,” the social network’s vice president David Marcus said on his Facebook page.

Facebook “fully expects this to be available to everyone by end of the summer,” a spokesperson said........

http://shosilva.com/2016/07/11/facebook-introduces-self-destruct-messages-senderreceiver-only-feature-on-messenger/

Re: Facebook Introduces Self-destruct Messages, ‘sender/receiver’ Only Feature by Nobody: 10:50am On Jul 11, 2016
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