But after downloading the Facebook archive data and searching for the same message, users reported that they couldn't find the message from Zuckerberg and reported them as missing.
Facebook, after its data breach scandal, apologised publicaly and promised to keep its user's data safe in future.
After angering the world with its big Cambridge Analytica data fiasco, Facebook is seems to be trying to get on our good graces by rolling out a new Messenger feature: the "unsend" button.
In order to prevent election interference on its platform, Facebook has introduced new changes to increase transparency and accountability for electoral ads and Pages.
A senior IT ministry official confirmed receipt of Facebook's response but said that the government will take a final stand on the issue once Cambridge Analytica also responds to a notice it was sent.
The local breach does not, however, involve the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Wylie told Todd that the data they had could have been accessed by a few people, "including Russian Federation".
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie has said that at least 50 million accounts were compromised after users took a personality quiz that then collected data from users and their friends.
Earlier this week, Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer, in a blog post, gave country-specific break-up of people affected by the data breach, saying information of up to 87 million people, mostly in the United States, may have been "improperly" shared with Cambridge Analytica via a quiz app, "thisisyourdigitallife", between November 2013 and December 2015.
Most recently, word surfaced that Facebookhad deleted a number of messages Zuckerberg sent to individuals on the company's Messenger platform.
Facebook is now apologizing for its latest mess, claiming that it's discussed this ability within its circles many times. "That was my mistake", he said, adding that he was not "looking to throw anyone under the bus for mistakes I've made".
Facebook is in the midst of a widening privacy scandal after is was revealed this week that the private data of 87 million users may have been improperly shared with political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica, nearly 40 million more than first estimated.
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