Google’s end-to-end encryption for Allo in the pipeline?

Guneet Bhatia | May 20, 2016 11:48 PM EDT Google’s new Allo messaging app shows intelligent suggestions through AI (Photo : YouTube / The Verge) One of the Google’s top security engineers has finally come forward to ensure that he would push for end-to-end encryption in the future versions of the company’s new chat app, Allo. The current version of the app does not support provide end encryption. Like Us on Facebook The commitment came from That Duong, who also co-leads Google’s product security team. Google initially decided not to provide end-to-end encryption in Allo. This raised questions about the app security and the effectiveness of the artificial intelligence being used. Doubts surrounding the new app triggered Duong to put up a post on his official blog. The post details…

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