Your Facebook Messenger chats can now be secure from prying eyes — with a few caveats.
Facebook began implementing end-to-end encryption to all of its 900 million Messenger users earlier this year, and that roll-out has finished, the company told Wired Tuesday.
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The privacy-centric feature is available as "secret conversations," on the top right of Messenger's "new message" screen.
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