Google said on Thursday that end-to-end encryption is being released for Google Messages. The tech veteran said that with the add-to-end encryption being released for Android users, it would be difficult for anyone (even for government investigative agencies) to read the content of the messages.
Announcing the rollout, Google’s product lead Drew Ronnie said, “End-to-end encryption ensures that all third parties, including Google, and no one else can read your phone and the message being sent to another person’s phone. .
Explain that this step of Google is a part of the upgrade from SMS to Rich Communication Services (RCS) standard. This feature will now be available for people sending messages through Android devices.
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Along with end-to-end encryption, Google’s messaging application has added additional privacy and security features. But in the meantime, government investigative agencies around the world are raising the question that with strong encryption it may be easier for criminals to hide their activity.
It is worth noting that digital rights activists have been supporting strong encryption for quite some time. So that governments and cyber criminal users cannot be spied on. But governments have warned many times that technology helps criminals avoid investigations.
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End-to-end encryption is already available in Facebook-owned messaging apps such as WhatsApp. But the company is facing a problem with plans to bring full encryption in its messenger app.