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Meta won’t roll out end-to-end encryption for its apps until 2023 — but is that so bad?

23/11/2021

It’s been two years since Mark Zuckerberg made a bold statement in 2019 about wanting to integrate all of Facebook, er, Meta’s messaging platforms — Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp — with end-to-end encryption protection. But the journey has already taken a long time, and it might not be complete for...
It’s been two years since Mark Zuckerberg made a bold statement in 2019 about wanting to integrate all of Facebook, er, Meta’s messaging platforms — Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp — with end-to-end encryption protection. But the journey has already taken a long time, and it might not be complete for another two years. Over the weekend, Antigone Davis, Meta‘s global director of safety, said the company is taking its time to “get this right and we don’t plan to finish the global rollout of end-to-end encryption by default across all our messaging services until sometime in 2023.” This drew a…This story continues at The Next Web It’s been two years since Mark Zuckerberg made a bold statement in 2019 about wanting to integrate all of Facebook, er, Meta’s messaging platforms — Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp — with end-to-end encryption protection. But the journey has already taken a long time, and it might not be complete for another two years. Over the weekend, Antigone Davis, Meta‘s global director of safety, said the company is taking its time to “get this right and we don’t plan to finish the global rollout of end-to-end encryption by default across all our messaging services until sometime in 2023.” This drew a…This story continues at The Next Web
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