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Facebook Messenger finally has a way to keep your messages secret

Facebook promised it’ll offer Messenger users end-to-end encryption, and the company finally rolled out the feature to all its users. However, Messenger isn’t end-to-end encrypted by default, meaning you have to manually activate it for each conversation., which can be a hassle. DON’T MISS: iPhone 7 vs. Google Pixel: 7 ways Google’s new smartphones outshine Apple Called Secret Conversations, the end-to-end encryption chats are now available to Messenger’s more than 900 million users, Facebook told Wired.
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