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US authorities seek access to Facebook encrypted messaging
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As iffy as Facebook is when it comes to privacy, they have some nice technology on their belts when it comes to direct instant messaging privacy, mainly end-to-end encryption. End-to-End encryption ensures that “not even Facebook” can read your messages. In an open letter to Facebook, some officials from the US, UK and AU, are asking Facebook “to give authorities a way to read encrypted messages sent by ordinary users.”
It begs to be asked, is there even a line to be crossed? Where is our privacy? Why do we have to collectively give up our privacy just because of some statistically extremely diminute, rotten apples?
And why is the AU always in the bandwagon against all the good things? With them trying to ban the UFC Octagon girls a few weeks ago, and now this, I’d be hard pressed to not believe that is actually kangaroos at the command of the country making these kind of claims and petitions.
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