Still, he intends to do it. Mr Zuckerberg claims that users will benefit from his plan to integrate its messaging apps into a single, encrypted network.
他仍然打算这么做 。扎克伯格宣称用户将从他的计划中获益，他打算将公司的这些消息应用整合成一个加密网络 。
The content of messages will be safe from prying eyes of authoritarian snoops and criminals, as well as from Facebook itself.
It will make messaging more convenient, and make profitable new services possible. But caution is warranted for three reasons.
它将让短讯传递更加方便，让可盈利新服务成为可能 。但是仍需要谨慎，原因有三 。
The first is that Facebook has long been accused of misleading the public on privacy and security,
so the potential benefits Mr Zuckerberg touts deserve to be treated sceptically.
He is also probably underselling the benefits that running integrated messaging networks brings to his firm,
even if they are encrypted so that Facebook cannot see the content.
The metadata alone, ie, who is talking to whom, when and for how long,
will still allow Facebook to target advertisements precisely, meaning its ad model will still function.
End-to-end encryption will also make Facebook's business cheaper to run.
Because it will be mathematically impossible to moderate encrypted communications,
the firm will have an excuse to take less responsibility for content running through its apps, limiting its moderation costs.
If it can make the changes, Facebook's dominance over messaging would probably increase.
The newfound user-benefits of a more integrated Facebook might make it harder for regulators to argue that Mr Zuckerberg's firm should be broken up.
Facebook's plans in India provide some insight into the new model.
It has built a payment system into WhatsApp, the country's most-used messaging app. The system is waiting for regulatory approval.
其已经为WhatsApp建立了一种支付系统，WhatsApp是该国最常用的通讯应用 。该系统正在等待监管批准 。
The market is huge. In the rest of the world, too, users are likely to be drawn in by the convenience of Facebook's new networks.
市场巨大 。在世界其他地方，用户也可能会被Facebook新网络的便捷所吸引 。
Mr Zuckerberg's latest strategy is ingenious but may contain twists.
1.benefit from 从...中获得好处
Customers are to benefit from a rebate on their electricity bills.
2.be accused of 被指控
I don't want to be accused of tampering with the evidence
3.take responsibility for 对...负责
We need to take responsibility for looking after our own health
The testing and approval of new drugs will be speeded up.