Meta Aims to Implement Default End-to-End Encryption for Messenger by Year’s End

  • Meta plans to introduce default end-to-end encryption for Messenger, widening its encryption features to safeguard millions more chats.
  • Meta aims to apply these changes following an incident involving Nebraska-based users’ direct messages (DMs) released to the police.
  • After ensuring Messenger’s privacy, Meta will work towards enabling encryption for Instagram DMs, in a drive to fully secure users’ chat conversations.
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