A Look at Privacy and Google’s New App Allo

Surprise, surprise, disabling end-to-end encryption is a bad idea, thinks Snowden.

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Oh the dreaded “P” word! Privacy has been one of the most talked about subjects since the launch of our new millennia. Yesterday we touched on how Facebook has been reportedly monitoring its users’ conversations and even the types of music they are listening to via their mobile app. In addition, Google has been on the same boat allegedly storing the information from its Google Voice platform. Today, we’re going to cover another area of concern related to privacy and Google again is the culprit.

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