Google's new messaging service isn't as private as Snowden would've liked
Google messaging app, Allo, hits digital shelves today, and while the app's fun take on sending missives and smart integration with Google tech is appealing, those looking to stress the "private" in private messaging may want to give it some scrutiny.Though originally announced as an end-to-end encrypted service at this year's Google I/O conference,...
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