Users will also be able to opt out of having this data stored by apps and other third parties moving forward.
A spokesperson told Recode that while the data would no longer be linked to a profile, it may still be analysed as part of an anonymised, aggregated set. He said users should have the ability to delete the browsing history Facebook collects, much in the way that browsers like Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome allow people to clear their tracking cookies.
This latest news comes after the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, which saw millions of users' data shared without permission.
Zuckerberg said the update was "something privacy advocates have been asking for" and he voweed to "work with them to make sure we get it right".
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg announced Tuesday the world's largest social network will soon include a new dating feature - while vowing to make privacy protection its top priority in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Today at our F8 conference I'm going to discuss a new privacy control we're building called "Clear History".
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What are your views on this Facebook Clear History feature?
"While Mr. Zuckerberg does not normally come under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom parliament, he will do so the next time he enters the country", Mr. Collins wrote in a letter addressed to Rebecca Stimson, Facebook's regional head of public policy.
We'll also hear more about Facebook's plans for augmented reality, which began to take shape last spring when the company introduced a platform that would allow developers to bring AR-powered camera effects to their apps.
With a new dating app, Facebook could potentially leverage its extensive web of connections among people and data on relationships - users are able to publicize their relationship status on their profile pages - as well as its massive financial resources, to compete with the incumbents.
Zuckerberg appeared before U.S. politicians last month to answer questions on Facebook's business practices in the aftermath of scrutiny around how it handles users' personal information.