And this is because the social network explains it won’t happen sooner than 2022, though the company says this would only take place “at the earliest.” So in other words, Facebook could very well push the ETA of end to end encryption in Facebook Messenger and Instagram Direct even further.
“We’re also working hard to bring default end-to-end encryption to all of our messaging services. This will protect people’s private messages and mean only the sender and recipient, not even us, can access their messages,” the company explains in an announcement today.
“While we expect to make more progress on default end-to-end encryption for… (read more)
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