And let it release this online, irrespective of whether it references the Congress or BJP or any other political outfit. "And still we connect people". "I don't agree with the post today and I didn't agree with it even when I wrote it", he said.
The NHS illegally handed the data of more than 1.5m patients to Google's artificial intelligence company DeepMind, the Information Commissioner's Office found a year ago, during testing on kidney injuries. It has also deepened concerns about the social media network's ability to avoid being exploited to spread propaganda and sway elections. Facebook says of the ways such feature may be offered is through a an expiration timer users could set for messages.
"This work has not progressed past the planning phase, and we have not received, shared, or analyzed anyone's data", an unnamed Facebook spokesperson told CNBC. "We did not follow up and confirm, and that's on us - and particularly once they were active in the election, we should have done that".
Meanwhile, the 45,000 Irish people whose personal information was improperly accessed as part of the Cambridge Analytica scandal are expected to get a notification from Facebook informing them of this next week.
A Cambridge University researcher made an app that asked Facebook users to take a personality test.
But tampering with users' inboxes without disclosure has struck many users a violation of Facebook's power.
In addition, Facebook says it will also require the administrators of pages with a "large number" of followers to verify their identities and addresses. Zuckerberg has agreed to testify before the House next week and is holding a conference call on Wednesday afternoon to discuss changes to Facebook privacy policies.
The tool was discovered by TechCrunch, which noticed a discrepancy between emailed receipts of Facebook messages being received (which Facebook can not retract) and the actual contents of Facebook inboxes.
In the wake of the TechCrunch report, the company said Facebook plans to make the feature available more widely and will pause Zuckerberg and the other executives' use of them. "These included limiting the retention period for Mark [Zuckerberg's] messages in Messenger. We did so in full compliance with our legal obligations to preserve messages", reads the statement published by TechCrunch.
But questions remain over why Facebook never publicly disclosed these measures.
If you send Mark Zuckerberg a Facebook message, in other words, he has a copy for ever.
It turns out Facebook is using AI to identify content in Messenger chats that breach their Community Guidelines. The company says the practice is done in order to flag content that doesn't adhere to the platform's standards.
A civil rights group and some consumer groups said on Friday they would file a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) alleging that Facebook Inc's use of facial recognition techniques threaten users' privacy. But the sell-off in Facebook shares has eased the past few days as shareholders brace themselves for Zuckerberg's testimony.
A public, searchable public ads archive is also in the works, to be introduced in June.
"Folks are saying stuff that may be wrong, but they are probably saying what they think is true, but just have varying levels of accuracy or trustworthiness", said Mr Zuckerberg in a Vox interview this week. "We stop those messages from going through".
In response, six organizations in Myanmar signed a letter to Zuckerberg rejecting the CEO's claim. But it also might make users paranoid that messages they receive could disappear, leading to anxious screenshotting.