The US government asks Facebook to decrypt Messenger in order for Facebook to eavesdrop on voice messages

Facebook was definitely always in the gray area with its business model. On the one hand, it is very popular, most people you know may have an account, but on the other hand it is being caught using shady practices on user data and privacy I will.

Today, Reuters The US government reports that Facebook unlocks its own encryption with the Messenger application, allowing law enforcement agencies to hear the suspect's voice conversation. It is reported that Facebook is fighting against the demands of the US Justice Department.

According to sources talking on anonymous terms Tuesday, a judge in the messenger case heard opinions on the government's move that Facebook disdained the court as refusing to conduct surveillance requests.

Apple and Facebook are generally invisible, but social media giants seem to be changing that song to protect their privacy. The potential impact of the government getting access is to use an application such as WhatsApp owned by Facebook or to request other company's data regardless of whether it is encrypted or not, .

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