EU pressed over stricter messaging privacy rules
Privacy and human rights organisations urged the European Parliament to solidify its stance on stricter privacy laws for messaging apps, as it expressed concerns proposals by the European Council would validate data protection abuses.
Blog: Can rivals capitalise on WhatsApp privacy saga?
WhatsApp has been the most popular messaging app globally for years, and a large part of its parent Facebook’s success could be contributed to its tendency to vocalise the app’s security capabilities after introducing end-to-end encryption in 2016.
Messaging app GO SMS Pro found to pose privacy risks
The personal data of more than 100 million users of a messaging app was potentially put at risk by a vulnerability which exposed privately shared media content sent through the service, cybersecurity company Trustwave revealed.
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