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Meta delays groupwide messaging encryption until 2023

Monday 22 November 2021 | 16:24 CET | News
Facebook will not complete the worldwide roll-out of end-to-end encryption by default across all its messaging platform until "sometime in 2023", according to Antigone Davis, Global Head of Safety at Meta.

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