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Google weakens privacy feature in Allo chat app

22
Sep
2016

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Google’s new Allo messaging service is under fire from privacy rights advocates for a decision that will make it easier for law enforcement to retrieve chats.

Google announced two new chat apps earlier this year: Duo, dedicated to video conferencing, and Allo, a full-featured message client that lets users access an artificial intelligence (A.I.) assistant within chats.

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