Facebook Messenger gets end-to-end encryption by default and a slew of new features

Meta announced a slew of new features coming to Facebook Messenger and in case you are not seeing the changes yet, it’s probably a staged rollout, so wait for a couple of days. Perhaps the most notable change is the end-to-end encryption by default.

From now on, all your private messages are encrypted and only you and your recipient can read those messages. That’s a big step in the right direction, as most competing messengers, not just the privacy-oriented ones, are already offering end-to-end encryption.

Editing messages and disappearing messages

In addition to the…

​ Meta announced a slew of new features coming to Facebook Messenger and in case you are not seeing the changes yet, it’s probably a staged rollout, so wait for a couple of days. Perhaps the most notable change is the end-to-end encryption by default.

From now on, all your private messages are encrypted and only you and your recipient can read those messages. That’s a big step in the right direction, as most competing messengers, not just the privacy-oriented ones, are already offering end-to-end encryption.

Editing messages and disappearing messages

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