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# encryption

Last year
Meta commits to encrypting Messenger and Facebook chats
All time
People will be able to leave WhatsApp groups without alerting others under new privacy update
CAB to seize €530k in accounts belonging to firm which sold gangland criminals untraceable phones
UK government demand access to WhatsApp messages after London attack
Whatsapp denies claims of a 'backdoor' into the messages of its 1 billion users
A 16-year-old who built an encryption program has been named Ireland's top young scientist
This security tool could help stop the problem of ransomware in its tracks
Facebook Messenger is testing out encryption but it's missing a trick
This is why you're getting a strange message from Whatsapp
Apple apologises for 'Error 53' bug and issues an update fixing it
Apple is challenging a court order to unlock gunman's iPhone
Microsoft is storing users' sensitive encryption keys in the cloud
Apple's CEO delivered a scathing attack on Facebook and Google
Every version of Windows is at risk from this 1990s bug
Millions of Apple and Google customers are vulnerable to a decades-old hack
If you bought a Lenovo laptop recently, you may want to check it soon
The NSA targeted an Irish company as part of its data-gathering activities
Your WhatsApp messages will be getting an extra layer of security
Should you be worried about whether your cloud data is safe?
Here's how you can give your Android device an extra layer of security
Microsoft loses appeal over email data stored in Ireland
How to keep your data safe from prying eyes
Boeing creates spy phone that self-destructs if tampered with
Almost 6.5million LinkedIn passwords apparently leaked online