Chats in Google Messages are about to get even more secure

Google has announced that it is introducing end-to-end encryption to group chats in the Google Messages app. The security upgrade will go to beta users first before being rolled out more widely.

End-to-end encryption means no one, not even Google, can read the content of messages. It’s already supported in the Google Messages app for one-to-one chats, but now (via The edge (opens in new tab)) it is also added to group conversations.

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