In a Facebook post Thursday, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg reflected on the past decade as well as discussing new features that the tech giant plans to roll out in 2020.
Zuckerberg wrote that he set new goals at the beginning of each year of the 2010s, though he admits that his life “was almost all about building the Facebook website.” Now a husband and a father, Zuckerberg, 35, asserts that for the 2020s he wants to have “a longer term focus.”
“Rather than having year-to-year challenges, I’ve tried to think about what I hope the world and my life will look in 2030 so I can make sure I’m focusing on those things,” the billionaire noted.
The remainder of the post is broken down into several sections that address some of the hot-button topics that have swirled around the company in recent years, including user privacy and content regulation.
Adding a component to Facebook that creates a more private platform for users is something that Zuckerberg has talked about before, and he reiterates it again in his post.
“This is one of the areas of innovation I’m most excited about,” he said. “Our digital social environments will feel very different over the next 5+ years, re-emphasizing private interactions and helping us build the smaller communities we all need in our lives.”