India is still hounding WhatsApp to make its messages traceable


The privacy vs. security battle is heating up in India. The Indian government has once again asked WhatsApp to “digitally fingerprint” every message sent on its platform without breaking its encryption, according to The Economic Times. The report further added, WhatsApp needs to be able to identify where a message originated, and how many people have read and forwarded it without having to read the message. “We don’t want to read the messages but when we see a problematic message we should be able to go to WhatsApp to help us trace the sender. They have to find a way, it…

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