Facebook has given academic researchers more than $800,000 to pursue proposals for new defensive techniques.
TLS 1.3 has been approved, and Facebook has open sourced Fizz, a TLS 1.3 library, to help developers and server operators deploy TLS 1.3 for their mobile apps, services, and appliances such as load balancers
Facebook said in a long response to lawmakers that it had so-called integration partnerships with 52 companies, but it has ended most of them already.
Lawmakers are planning to introduce a privacy "bill of rights" that will include some elements of the new GDPR regulation.
Facebook has open-sourced its internal Sonar debugging platform form Android and iOS apps development.