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SCARS|RSN™ Social Media News: A Huge Facebook Redesign Is Coming – But It’S Far More Than A New Website

After a brutal 2018 that forced Facebook to admit it hasn’t got the best reputation when it comes to privacy, Mark Zuckerberg has big plans for the social networking platform in 2019: Facebook is being redesigned.

Zuckerberg made the announcements during Facebook’s F8 event near the company’s home turf in San Jose, California, where he addressed the past year of issues concerning privacy, security and decreasing trust in the platform.

The new version of Facebook, codenamed ‘FB5’, will be the biggest change the social network has experienced in years: almost every single aspect of the platform is changing in some way. There’s a lot of information to process, and we’ve wrapped up everything you need to know right here.

  • Messenger is getting the upgrades users are crying out for – click here »
  • Here are the changes coming to Instagram – click here »
  • Facebook could have more dead users than live ones by 2070 – click here »

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