What's App CEO Jan Koum announced Monday he was leaving Whats App and Facebook's board.Koum clashed with Facebook over its approach to encryption and personal data, according to a Washington Post report. he has been a tireless advocate for privacy and encryption," Zuckerberg at the start of his keynote.Facebook's other messaging tool is also getting a couple new features.The Messenger app's layout has been redesigned, so that it looks cleaner.There's also a separate inbox for dating messages that doesn't allow photos, Facebook Chief Product Officer Chris Cox said in his own presentation.Shortly before Zuckerberg's keynote began, the company announced a new privacy feature that will, once launched, allow users to clear their browsing history on Facebook, including what they've clicked on and which websites they've visited. The photo-sharing app is adding group video chats to its messaging tool."I know it hasn't been easy being a developer these past couple of months," said Zuckerberg.Ime Archibong, Facebook's head of platform, said the process will be slightly stricter going forward.
"Our goal here isn't to be difficult," said Archibong.
PEOPLE: Facebook is scary sometimes and who has my data and what about my privacy?!
Does FB need to ask itself some big questions about its role as the new public square?!
What I learned this year is we have to take a broader view of our responsibility." And Facebook is adding new features for dating, Zuckerberg announced.
There are 200 million people who have marked themselves as single on Facebook, he said.