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Facebook is Testing the Ability to Create "Secret Conversations"

Bottom Line IT
September 6, 2016 2:00 PM

abstract-1233873_960_720.jpgErik Jacobsen and Amy Mumby talk about how Facebook announced that it is testing the ability to create "secret" conversations in its Messenger service.The new "secret" conversations will be end-to-end encrypted, which means that Facebook will not be able to read them — or hand them over to law enforcement when they ask. Users will also be able to apply a timer to secret conversations in Messenger, which will erase the conversation after a set period of time. Full article HERE

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