- Mark Zuckerberg says he wants to build more secure Facebook
- He laid down principles that privacy-focused social networking would follow.
- The CEO also took subtle dig at Apple and China accusing them of dishonouring users’ privacy.
The year 2018 brought a lot of bad news for Facebook. The company was mired in several user data privacy related controversies, but now the company seems to be looking forward to building a secure social networking platform across all its apps, or atleast that is the message in Mark Zuckerberg's 3200-word letter addressed to people questioning the company’s ability to provide a secure way of communication. The letter is Zuckerberg's "Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking”.