Campaign aims to stop Facebook encryption plans over child abuse fears

  No Place to Hide drive funded by Home Office to warn social media firms over dangers of end-to-end encryption A government-backed campaign has stepped up the pressure on plans by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps tointroduce end-to-end encryption , warning that millions of cases of child sex abuse could go undetected. The new campaign warns that social media companies are “willingly blindfolding” themselves to abuse if they implement end-to-end encryption for private messaging. Continue reading... .. Full story on theguardian.com 

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