Secret chats and retail features will be added to the instant messaging platform.And the secret chats are so god damn secretive, that the secret behind what makes it secret is hidden in the app’s coding. According to The Information, Facebook have hidden references to the updates, but subtle clues have been discovered in the code.Upon arrival, officers learned of a Facebook Live video that depicted a sexual and physical assault of a 23-year-old woman.The video was subsequently deleted, but Facebook user Tiffany Hailey recorded the video and reposted it to her page.Immediately after accepting their friendship, they messaged me. It then progressed to something with sexual undertones, eventually leading to an invitation to skype. One thing led to another with me eventually pulling my [privates] out.
Would you have done that to keep the embarrassing video from being posted and shown to all your friends, family and co-workers? I told him I had no more money and wasn't going to pay him anything else, hoping he was bluffing.
The retail function will allow users to buy and sell things through Messenger, although it’s not yet clear if you will require a business account or if you’ll be able to flog things from your personal profile.
An announcement yesterday revealed Messenger had paired up with KLM airlines, so now the app can be used for checking flight information such as check-in reminders, flight status updates and even customer service queries.
ALSO, THEY’RE SENDING INBOX MSGS TO YOUR FRIENDS ASKING YOU TO CLICK A LINK. SO IF YOU RECEIVE SOMETHING FROM ME ABOUT A VIDEO OR A STRANGE INBOX MESSAGE, IT’S NOT ME! Sometimes images that appears to be links to pornographic videos show up in compromised Facebook accounts, but those posts are clearly visible to the account owners.
YOU DON´T SEE IT, BUT OTHER PEOPLE CAN SEE IT, AS IF THESE WERE A PUBLICATION THAT YOU MADE! In September 2011, warnings about hackers invading the accounts of Facebook users to post pornographic movies on their walls without their knowledge began circulating in e-mail and on social networking sites.
The new chat design emphasizes Facebook’s pledge to provide “private communication channels,” and puts ease-of-use above all else to take advantage of Facebook’s non-tech savvy user base.