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Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   1) This isn't a post I expected to read, and I wish he wrote it two years ago. Hopefully the external vision is reflected in internal moves to change product culture that informs thousands of product and engineering decisions per year. Turning a ship that large is difficult.

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   7) The “Secure Data Storage” section is a massive shot across Tim Cook's bow. Expect to hear a lot about iCLoud and China every time Cook is sanctimonious. In other news, Zuck has clearly given up on entering China, as these changes makes that impossible. Good. http://twitter.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   5) Right now FB gets crap (from the same people) for both invading people's privacy and not policing communications enough. This is the judo move: in a world where everything is encrypted and doesn't last long, entire classes of scandal are invisible to the media. http://twitter.com/...

Steven Sinofsky / @stevesi:   Facebook is having a “trustworthy computing” moment and that is fantastic. When we see a large and hyper growth business make big step-function strategy changes it's super cool (eg mobile). Always a good reminder that founder/CEOs proactively make necessary bold changes. http://twitter.com/...

Casey Newton / @caseynewton:   I am not a stock market person but the fact that Facebook's stock hardly budged on a day that Mark Zuckerberg said he planned to pivot the company to a totally untested new business model seems odd to me

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   2) To that end, this week's 2FA number screw-up has become more important for Facebook to address. While the number of affected is small, this is a clear privacy-security win and not fixing it is incompatible with this sentiment that he wants to bend the curve on perception. http://twitter.com/...

Casey Newton / @caseynewton:   Things promised here: - End-to-end encryption across all apps- Fine-grained tools for ephemeral messaging- Not storing data locally in countries where government surveils citizens- Willingness to get banned from those countries as a result

Mathew Ingram / @mathewi:   So FB is going to move to private, encrypted, ephemeral communications — i.e, Snapchat. But much of the hate and violence in Myanmar, India etc. was spread via private and encrypted WhatsApp. Does that absolve FB of responsibility? http://www.techmeme.com/...

Modest Proposal / @modestproposal1:   Mark Zuckerberg says the future of communication is Snapchat pic.twitter.com/k9QXX0sgr1

Geoffrey A. Fowler / @geoffreyfowler:   So now that Zuckerberg thinks privacy is important ....Where's that “clear history” tool it promised us a year ago?

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   8) “Committed to consulting with experts...” Good! These are massive decisions which nobody has ever made before and that impact the safety and privacy of billions. There needs to be an open process where these equities are discussed and weighed. That's better for FB and us. http://twitter.com/...

Carole Cadwalladr / @carolecadwalla:   I think Mark Zuckerberg has just announced that he's merging messaging across all Facebook & non-Facebook platforms & has wrapped it up in a nice “privacy & encryption” bow which large swathes of the press appear to be buying. Nice work @nick_clegg! http://twitter.com/...

John Paczkowski / @johnpaczkowski:   Zuck should go on Joe Rogan's podcast

Nilay Patel / @reckless:   This single line right here is the most evidence of growth I've seen from Zuck in like five years. Up until now, he has absolutely resisted expressing any values besides “connecting people is good.” http://www.theverge.com/... http://www.facebook.com/... http://twitter.com/...

Tony Romm / @tonyromm:   this will come with other headaches. encryption for example invites a diff fight — one with law enforcement. also, the europeans don't share this view regarding cross-platform messaging in the way zuck presents it. http://twitter.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   I have often compared the current trust moment to the security moment in the early 2000s, where Microsoft led the industry by turning their entire product development model upside down. For this to work for FB, the changes will have to be as intense as Steven accomplished. http://twitter.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   Some insta-reactions to Zuckerberg's “Privacy-Focused Vision”, available here:http://www.facebook.com/ ...

Geoffrey A. Fowler / @geoffreyfowler:   #1 reason to be suspicious of Zuckerberg's privacy manifesto today: It doesn't say how Facebook is going to make money in a world where it respects our privacy. https://wapo.st/2C29Qvd

@om:   Who really believes that they will change. This company has always lied about everything. I mean just look at their track record. http://twitter.com/...

John Herrman / @jwherrman:   2009 zuck saw facebook as pushing against outmoded external ideas about privacy and as a force for normalization of new ones. 2019 zuck is writing about the need to push back AGAINST the new norms that his company impatiently demanded. without disowning OR taking credit for them?

Sebastiaan de With / @sdw:   I'm extremely pessimistic about this, but it Facebook follows through with this promise it'd be a fantastic thing for the world. http://www.theverge.com/...

Mathew Ingram / @mathewi:   Facebook says it's committed to privacy, but joining WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger also helps FB get/pool more data, and encrypting them helps hide any dangers from public view and pressure. Is this for the public's benefit or for Facebook's? http://www.techmeme.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   Losers:Groups who want more content moderationEU law enforcementUS LE and IC (FAA 702 becomes a lot less useful)Smaller competitors who can't afford E2EWeChat (FB boxing out growth outside PRC)

Kara Swisher / @karaswisher:   I love that he just declares this privacy thing might matter after being a big part of the soiling of online culture with sloppy public sharing tools: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp: Mark Zuckerberg says the future is private messaging - Recode http://www.recode.net/...

Rene Ritchie / @reneritchie:   You can't trust what a person says. You can only trust what a person does. Pivoting Facebook to be privacy-centric isn't something we can hear. It has to be something that's proven, day in, day out, for years.But I'd love to see them succeed at this.http://www.theverge.com/ ...

Spencer Dailey / @spencerdailey:   @Techmeme @CaseyNewton what a great way to avoid public scrutiny for viral misinformation on the platform. the disaster of the WhatsApp model in places like India should be duly noted as where we don't want this platform to end up

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   4) Wow, it is really refreshing to see Mark explicitly talk about the downsides of connecting people, and even using the magic words like “terrorism”. http://twitter.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   3) I totally agree that “encryption is decentralizing” in that it reduces the chance for centralized access to mass amounts of data, but making E2E encryption an expected requirement for social networks is a massive competitive moat. http://twitter.com/...

Casey Newton / @caseynewton:   In part this is a PR play, of course. Facebook has often promised privacy tools that it never delivers. But it feels like it could be a meaningful shift. Will have more in the newsletter today, of course! http://www.getrevue.co/...

Benedict Evans / @benedictevans:   On the other hand, the Facebook apps will know what you take about. At least on some level. Even if the actual text doesn't leave the device (except in an encrypted for FB can't read). Also, blockchain

M.G. Siegler / @mgsiegler:   That said, two key takeaways give some pause. One is stated. One is not. 1) As stated numerous times, this is going to take years. 2) Not stated at all: how on Earth Facebook continues to operate their business with these changes.

Kyle Russell / @kylebrussell:   One can assume he's been considering it for > 1 yr https://techcrunch.com/... Also, as with politicians I feel we should give executives room to adjust their views with circumstances (not that we shouldn't have room to criticize views or actions not following those stated views) https://twitter.com/...

William Turton / @williamturton:   get back to me when fb messenger is encrypted by default https://twitter.com/...

Laura Tribe / @ltribe:   Facebook's been all talk with no action for too long for me to be able to take this at face value. My read is this is a way to promote privacy to justify why they're merging Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram, and why you should keep using all their services. http://twitter.com/...

Issie Lapowsky / @issielapowsky:   Zuckerberg's vision of a privacy-focused Facebook is totally incomplete. He's silent on the data sharing concerns that have plagued the company for the last year and the fact that its entire business model depends on data-driven advertising http://www.wired.com/...

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   6) This is the section giving the engineers on this project the most heartburn. Allow federated sending and receiving of E2E encrypted messages while having some safety and with crazy namespaces? Sure, let me first send out a resume. http://twitter.com/...

Sam Biddle / @samfbiddle:   implementing meaningful encryption across Facebook would quite literally destroy Facebook overnight. The entire company is predicated on its ability to access your data. It's completely, absolutely impossible to reconcile that with e2e encryption.

Erin Griffith / @eringriffith:   zuckerberg: “I believe a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today's open platforms."RIP making the world more open and connected http://www.nytimes.com/...

Harry Shearer / @theharryshearer:   Zuck's “privacy pivot” just happens to involve integrating FB, Instagram and WhatsApp— which, theoretically, would make it harder for regulators to break up the company. Just a happy accident. http://www.nytimes.com/...

Dieter Bohn / @backlon:   Hey @google: Apple and Facebook are committed to ensuring text messaging is encrypted. Maybe, I dunno, don't just hand over all Android messaging to carriers and their unencrypted texting RCS channels. http://www.theverge.com/...

Ryan Mac / @rmac18:   Zuckerberg's post is a significant change in strategy for FB (tho it's been signaled in recent months), but it will be interesting to see what specifically the company does. The post lacks specific details, and the company has a history of falling short on privacy promises.

John Paczkowski / @johnpaczkowski:   “Frankly we don't currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services.” https://twitter.com/...

Benedict Evans / @benedictevans:   Most FB will be 1:1 messaging. All that will be end-to-end encrypted. That implies a radically different ad model, at the very least - FB will not know what you talk about.

Rat King / @mikeisaac:   FB survived shift from desktop to mobilecurious if it will make it from public to privateespecially if they cant acquire their way to success after WhatsApp and Instagramthough with WhatsApp perhaps they'll never need an acquisition of that magnitude again

Sarah Frier / @sarahfrier:   Two things to keep an eye on: - The post doesn't explain how this plan affects Facebook's data-collection/ads business. - We've seen how WhatsApp spreads misinfo and content that sparks violence and FB can't do anything about it due to encryption. Now that's a bigger threat.

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   He explicitly recognizes the downside for safety, and rightly points out the potential mitigations, but he is coming down pretty hard on putting data outside of Facebook's reach for advertising, content moderation, investigation and government requests.

Alex Stamos / @alexstamos:   Winners:Encryption advocatesUsers in oppressive countriesUsers who don't like LE getting their chatsEU Data Protection AuthoritiesWeChat (never will face FB competition in PRC)

Emily Bell / @emilybell:   The tldr: future of communication for Facebook is all about reducing corporate risk

Paul Kedrosky / @pkedrosky:   This is my favorite nonsensical sentence in hours: “Mark Zuckerberg sees Facebook's future focused more on private sharing than public content”. If this is the case, Facebook should be trading at half its current valuation. Is it? [Checking] No. http://www.wsj.com/...

Kate Conger / @kateconger:   curious: will this pull users back from privacy-focused services, like the introduction of stories pulled people from snap to instagram? https://www.nytimes.com/...

Nick Statt / @nickstatt:   Zuck trying to radically change the narrative on Facebook by shifting it sharply toward messaging. https://twitter.com/...

Kontra / @counternotions:   So now nobody can research, monitor or prosecute all the fake news, conspiracy theories, state propaganda, election manipulations and other insanity currently on Facebook properties? http://www.nytimes.com/...

Josh Constine / @joshconstine:   Zuckerberg wants to:-Make messages expire by default-Allow opt-in cross-messaging with Fb/WA/IG/SMS-Encryption while using metadata to hunt crooks-No storing data in countries with bad privacy practices http://twitter.com/...

Tom Gara / @tomgara:   Rogan: It's fuckin crazy man. People can just take a fuckin photo on their phone now, and share it with the whole world! How does that even work? Zuck: Totally, that's a great question. Facebook is about community, bringing together people and the things that interest them. https://twitter.com/...


Vincent Cassel, 51, and new model wife Tina Kunakey, 21, put on a cosy display as they attend ETAM runway show during PFW

Published: 09:58 BST, 26 September 2018 | Updated: 16:23 BST, 26 September 2018

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They said 'I do' last month in a lavish ceremony in Bidard, south-west France after two years together.

And Vincent Cassel, 51, and his new bride, model Tina Kunakey, 21, continued to revel in their wedded bliss as they attended the EDAM runway show at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday. 

Putting on a cosy display, the actor looked smitten as he wrapped his arm tenderly around his striking other half's waist as they posed for photos at the event.

Wedded bliss: Vincent Cassel, 51, and his new bride, model Tina Kunakey, 21, continued to revel in their wedded bliss as they attended the EDAM runway show at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday

Tina made sure all eyes were on her as she slipped into a figure-flaunting white midi dress with neon green detailing. 

The statuesque beauty's stylish look accentuated her ample cleavage and drew attention to her narrow midriff as she arrived with Vincent to the show space. 

Adding inches to her height, she slipped on a pair of strappy heels, which featured perspex detailing across the foot, making her way to the FROW.

Her raven curls were worked into a glamorous natural style and sported a flawless beauty look, which aided her radiant complexion.

Striking: Putting on a cosy display, the actor looked smitten as he wrapped his arm tenderly around his striking other half's waist as they posed for photos at the event

All eyes: Tina made sure all eyes were on her as she slipped into a figure-flaunting white midi dress with neon green detailing

Letting Tina take the fashion lead, Vincent opted for a more casual but equally stylish look.

The acclaimed actor donned a denim shirt with matching jeans and wrapped a chunky grey cardigan around his frame.

The Ocean's Thirteen star complemented his outfit with a pair of suede Chelsea boots, while covering his salt-and-pepper coif with a tweed flat cap. 

Striking: The statuesque beauty's stylish look accentuated her ample cleavage and drew attention to her narrow midriff

Mane attraction: Her raven curls were worked into a glamorous natural style and sported a flawless beauty look, which aided her radiant complexion

Style: Letting Tina take the fashion lead, Vincent opted for a more casual but equally stylish look

The couple got married in a private ceremony at the city hall in Bidart, south-west France on August 24.

Tina looked breathtaking in a strapless ivory gown, which had a plunging strapless sweetheart neckline and a full princess skirt.

The couple, who live in Brazil, were first linked back in July 2016 when Tina, then 19, shared a social media snap of herself cuddling up to the then 49-year-old actor while smoking a cigarette.

All in the details: Adding inches to her height, she slipped on a pair of strappy heels, which featured perspex detailing across the foot, making her way to the FROW (Pictured alongside French actor Gilles Lellouche)

Taking the lead: The acclaimed actor donned a denim shirt with matching jeans and wrapped a chunky grey cardigan around his frame

Vincent rose to fame in Matthieu Kassovitz's 1995 film La Haine (Hate) and starred in Ocean's Twelve and Ocean's Thirteen, as well as Eastern Promises and Black Swan.

He married Italian actress Monica Bellucci, 53, in 1999 after meeting on the set of their 1996 film The Apartment.

The couple welcomed two daughters, Deva, 13, and Léonie, eight, before divorcing in 2013 after 14 years of marriage.

What a gent: The Ocean's Thirteen star complemented his outfit with a pair of suede Chelsea boots, while covering his salt-and-pepper coif with a tweed flat cap



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