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Facebook Messenger launches a new video chat feature that could protect personal information

Facebook Messenger launches a new video chat feature that could protect personal information
The Siliconreview
09 January, 2020

In a technical world consumer information is a commodity; anonymity is one of the most powerful concepts. In today’s world be it online shopping and social media costs not only money but also access to our personal information. It is very important to know who we are sending our personal information to.

Facebook is now working on a new technology that will allow its users to access one of its services anonymously. According to recent reports, the new Facebook messenger is including a new facility in its video chat features, which allows the users to make video calls without signing up for an account. This feature would give its users more control over their personal information and can serve as a bridge between services in a more convincing and fragmented video calling world.

This feature will also enable callers to use the social media giant’s platform without becoming a member. The anonymous calling also has a more concrete benefit. It will also allow people to meet without having to share a common subscription pattern. Facebook potentially is joining the highest ranks of the anonymous video calling hub and crowd and henceforth, is making the online social life a lot more easy as well as flexible without having to compromise.