Sandberg also said, in a different interview, that Facebook could not conduct such an audit because it must wait for the United Kingdom information commissioner to finish its investigation of Cambridge Analytica's election activity.
Queen sends thoughts and prayers after Canadian ice hockey bus crash horror
He was detained initially but is not now in custody and his case is not now being investigated as a criminal investigation. Friday's crash brought back memories of another highway accident that claimed the lives of hockey players in Saskatchewan.
Even though Facebook has apologized for not releasing this feature sooner, the retraction of CEO's messages can be still viewed as a breach of trust by several users.
Although the ability to automatically delete sent texts hadn't been previously available, Facebook says it now plans to make it available to all users. "AggregateIQ works in full compliance within all legal and regulatory requirements in all jurisdictions where it operates". This is a one-day boycott of Facebook and its associated apps including Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram. Facebook didnt elaborate on how the feature would work and said the feature is still being planned.
Torres to leave Atletico Madrid in search of game time
Niguez nearly gave Atletico the lead in the 71st minute only to see his strike go just wide of the target. It was Madrid who eventually went 1-0 up thanks to star man Ronaldo who struck in the 53rd minute.
Instagram, who is owned by Facebook, also allows messages to be deleted if the recipient has not viewed it or its ancillary push notification.
Facebook hasn't announced an exact date for this functionality to become available, but said that it's hoping to role it out in the coming months. Recent messages from Zuckerberg reportedly remain in some users' inboxes, and the company doesn't appear to have cleared out all of Zuckerberg's older messages prior to 2014.
As to why Facebook "took so long" to address the Cambridge Analytica data breach, which was first reported in 2015, Sandberg told NBC "we thought that the data had been deleted". "Mark is really sorry for that, and what we're doing now is taking really firm action".
Thousands attempt to block Brazil's ex-president Lula starting jail term
Lula da Silva left office with a 90% approval rating but was questioned by police about the corruption allegations in March 2016. Lula da Silva had been holed up since Friday in the steelworker's union headquarters surrounded by many hundreds of supporters.