Facebook has confirmed that in the near future, the company is going to add a feature to let users delete their sent messages from Messenger’s inbox. The confirmation came after Mark Zuckerberg and some others Facebook’s elite executives were caught by a report from TechCrunch that it had email receipts as proof that messages were deleted from their Messenger’s inbox.
Regarding of the fact, Facebook acknowledged their act to the TechCrunch that they indeed had deleted some messages from Zuckerberg and Facebook’s other executives. However, the social giant told them that “We will now be making a broader delete message feature available. This may take some time and until this feature is ready, we will no longer be deleting any executives’ messages. We should have done this sooner – and we’re sorry that we did not – Facebook.”
By the way, thanks to TechCrunch that has revealed another blackish part of Facebook after Cambridge Analytica scandal and we are wondering that what is next to come from Facebook.