WhatsApp under fire from Justice Department over encryption

Munish Pruthi
Mar 14, 2016 · 1 min read

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All very surprising as you would have thought they would have gone for someone like Telegram instead. Then you realise they cannot do this as Telegram is partly Russian based and so instead, The Justice Department are going to try and set a precedence with an American found product again .

The war on encryption is now heating up: The Justice Department is going after Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp as it allows users to send encrypted messages, reports The New York Times.

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