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  • Facebook tests disappearing messages in France
  • Facebook tests disappearing messages in France
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Facebook tests disappearing messages in France

The past year has seen Facebook introduce a broad array of new features. It's now testing the waters of ephemeral messaging in France, where some users have noticed that certain messages only last an hour before disappearing. But what's led Facebook to make this move?

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