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  • WhatsApp pursues total privacy
  • WhatsApp pursues total privacy
    Kamyar Adl ©
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WhatsApp pursues total privacy

WhatsApp is the world's most popular messaging service - and now it’s becoming the most private. The app is introducing end-to-end encryption to all texts with open-source software Textsecure, so no third party will be able to read messages - not even WhatsApp.

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