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Last year, Meta had given an end-to-end encryption (E2EE) option for its Messenger and Instagram users.
WhatsApp says making its messages traceable 'would severely undermine the privacy of billions of people who communicate digitally and effectively impair its security'
Instagram is reportedly developing Clubhouse-like audio rooms; plans to rollout end-to-end encryption
Instagram will reportedly soon give users the option to choose if they want a conversation to be end-to-end encrypted.
Google will roll out end-to-end encryption, starting with one-on-one RCS conversations between people using Messages.
To verify if the Zoom meeting is using end-to-end-encryption, participants can check for a green shield logo in the top left corner of their meeting screen.
The bill aims to curb the distribution of child sexual abuse material on platforms like Google, Facebook and so on.
Indian govt meets Google, Twitter, Facebook, says it wants encryption broken in fight against child porn
The panel met officials of companies such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, and WhatsApp before preparing Saturday’s report
The move shows how much Apple has been willing to help US law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Telegram adds bunch of features including new Theme Editor, Send When Online, Podcast support and much more
End to end encrypted messaging app Telegram has announced a whole bunch of new features that will be seen on the app soon.
Facebook's end-to-end encryption will enhance user privacy but its not good news for law enforcement
Facebook’s plan to enact this change is paradoxical, considering the company has a history of harvesting user data.
Facebook India policy director to Parliamentary panel: WhatsApp's encryption makes snooping from our end impossible
In October, WhatsApp said Indian journalists and human rights activists were among those globally spied upon by unidentified entities, using an Israeli spyware — Pegasus.
End to end encryption: All you need to know about this technology under threat from govts and law enforcement agencies
Law enforcement and technologists have been arguing over encryption controls for more than two decades.
India’s traceability question: Legally approved interception should be accompanied by strong safeguards from misuse
Government interception rests upon an uneasy truce between the government/LEA, private companies and civil society activists
Brendan Eich hopes Brave will have 10 million users by year's end, although he would have to double or even triple before it could generate revenues
The company is also considering banning the use of Messenger accounts not linked to regular Facebook profiles
Centre wants Facebook to decrypt private messaging; 'Nobody prevents you from having your own system of decryption,' says SC judge
Judge Deepak Gupta asked the government lawyers to explain why the onus of facilitating decryption should be on the social media companies like Facebook
Rather than let the pall of the audio leak linger longer, Zuckerberg responded promptly with a PR stunt.
Facebook said in a statement that it strongly opposes “government efforts to build backdoors.”
Combating fake news: MEITY should allow legal-flexibility based on social media platforms over one-size-fits-all regulatory approach
It is very important to understand the various limitations, challenges and nuances concerning the regulation of the ambiguous phenomenon called fake news.
Except for WhatsApp all social media giants open to share data with government