Facebook has been looking to
expand its services for year.
Recently, it unveiled an app called
Room that lets people chat
anonymously in virtual ‘rooms,’
evoking the chat services from the
early days of the web.
It is also testing a feature that lets
users of the leading social network
make purchases by simply pressing
an on-screen ‘Buy’ button.
Meanwhile, Facebook completed its
multibillion-dollar deal for mobile
messaging application WhatsApp
Last week, it revamped is privacy
policy to make it easier to
understand, after years of criticism.
It has also introduced tools to help
people manage what they share on
The site’s security was heightened
at the end of last year when it
rolled out default encryption, too.