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For now, the feature will be available only to a small percentage of users for testing; everyone with Facebook Messenger gets it later this summer or in early fall.Though Facebook-owned Whats App rolled out full end-to-end encryption to its billion-plus users in April, this is the social media giant's first step toward bringing a core part of its main product in line with the encryption trend.Before I knew it, the whole bar was suggesting chat up lines for me to try out.There was a huge range – from subtle, chatty openers to cheesy, outrageous lines.
So I did the only logical thing – I made a list and set out on a Friday night to try them, with only a friend and a vodka and soda for support. 1) I approach Matt, a guy with dirty-blonde hair in a parka standing by a jukebox.years ago, end-to-end encryption was a nerdy niche: a tiny collection of obscure software let you encrypt communication so only your recipient could read it, but the vast majority left you no option to hide your words from hackers or eavesdroppers. And now, roughly 900 million more people are about to be invited into the crypto club.On Friday, Facebook plans to roll out a beta version of a new feature it calls "secret conversations." It's encrypted messages, end-to-end, so that in theory no one—not a snoop on your local network, not an FBI agent with a warrant, not even Facebook itself—can intercept them.Facebook encrypts messages only when users choose to turn on secret conversations manually.The other two companies automatically encrypt every message, despite complaints from law enforcement agencies that the feature hampers surveillance capabilities.
Senators Richard Burr and Diane Feinstein in April released a bill to essentially outlaw encryption, and Senator Tom Cotton called Whats App's addition of crypto an "open invitation to terrorists, drug dealers, and sexual predators to use Whats App’s services to endanger the American people.”On the other hand—or maybe it's the same hand—Facebook's implementation of Signal as an opt-in feature will likely rankle many privacy advocates, too.