A recently passed Russian law has given that country's security firms the green light to crack encrypted communications services.
The Delhi High Court has ordered WhatsApp not to share certain data with Facebook, as it plans to do with its groundbreaking and controversial policy changes.
Facebook has been banned from collecting and storing the data of German users on its messaging app, WhatsApp.
WhatsApp will now share the phone numbers of customers with its parent company, Facebook. The move has prompted concerned looks from those who once celebrated the company for its high standards of privacy.
Google's upcoming chat app is to feature opt-in encrypted chat options, which will use the same technology that forms the basis of Whatsapp and Signal.
As the encryption debate rages on, and governments around the world press to get greater surveillance power, SC's Roi Perez asks if the industry is ignoring the collateral damage of the encryption debate.
Researcher finds that WhatsApp leaves traces of all chats in the database of iOS devices, leaving the user vulnerable should the phone be forensically examined.
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