Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took a bold move when he made a critical announcement in F8 developers conference held at San Francisco that would eventually turn around people’s faith in favour of Facebook .
Since Facebook’s origin, millions of Facebook users have been critical of how Facebook handled their privacy information when it comes to sharing their private data to the third party apps that Facebook does.
Seems like Facebook has realized the loophole in its data sharing and has proposed a strategy to allow its users login to other apps anonymously.
“We have to do everything we can to put people first,” Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says, telling the developers that “people want more control over how they share their information, especially apps.”
Facebook users now can limit the amount of information that they share through mobile apps, along with the information of their Facebook friends, Zuckerberg added.
Facebook users who want to try out a new mobile app also can log on anonymously across all of their mobile devices – without revealing their real identity or any information, he said to widespread applause.
This would prove fruitful for Facebook if the features goes on-line. What do you think? Will Facebook stick to its word and ensure safety of users personal information? Share with us your thoughts!