Amid privacy scandal, Facebook unveils tool that lets you clear browsing history

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg welcomes app developers to the Facebook F8 2018 developer conference held at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center on May 1, 2018.

A dating service could increase the time people spend on Facebook and be a "big problem" for competitors such as Match Group Inc, said James Cordwell, an analyst at Atlantic Equities.

Damian Collins, a Conservative who heads the House committee, said United Kingdom lawmakers are prepared to send a summons compelling Mr. Zuckerberg's appearance in London unless he volunteers to provide oral testimony to investigators, according to a copy of the letter released by Parliament.

We'll find out more about Facebook's dating app when it's released later this year.

Facebook's newest feature could change the way online dating works. Facebook has been doing damage control ever since. He also said that the company would be careful about privacy.

The social network has faced questions on both sides of the Atlantic over how millions of users' details got into the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, and over its wider handling of personal data.

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But after several weeks on the defensive over the scandal, Zuckerberg was clearly back in techno-enthusiasm mode.

Meanwhile, the British Parliament on Tuesday sent a letter to Facebook, once again, asking CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify as part of its probe into fake news and disinformation on the platform, and they are not playing around this time.

"Let's not do that again soon", he said.

Despite reports that Koum left over concerns about how the company handles private data, Zuckerberg thanked Koum and called him "a tireless advocate for privacy and encryption". The company is also ready to launch a portable headset that it's counting on to transform the geeky realm of virtual reality into a mass phenomenon. Zuckerberg announced the $199 device, called the Oculus Go, six months ago without specifying when it would go on sale.

Users will also be able to browse events near them and groups involving things they're interested in, reflecting how many people meet to date anyway.

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