On Tuesday, 22 August, Meta announced that it will be implementing stronger encryption standards for chats on Messenger. This is part of its ongoing end-to-end encryption (E2EE) testing, and the company is on track to launch default E2EE for one-to-one friends and family chats on Messenger by the end of the year. In a blog article, Meta provided an update on its approach to this engineering challenge.
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