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WhatsApp के Forward Msg का पहला sender कौन है ? जल्द पता चल पाएगा | Tech Tak


The Indian government has once again requested WhatsApp to device a technological solution that would allow the government to trace the origins of a message. The Facebook-owned social messaging app, however, has maintained that doing so would fundamentally compromise end-to-end encryption that protects the contents of all the messages shared on its platform. And now, reacting to a fresh report regarding Indian government’s demands of message tracebility, WhatsApp has said that it has nothing new to add to what it has already said regarding the matter.

Indian government has asked WhatsApp to add a digital fingerprint to every message sent on its platform without compromising on its E2E encryption.

The government essentially wants the company to device a technological solution that would allow the company to trace the origin of a message, determine how many people have read it and forwaded it all without breaking its encryption such that a problematic message can be traced back to its source.

The officials added that the government would keep the traceability requests for a limited number of cases to ensure that there aren’t thousands of people sending special requests to the Facebook owned social messaging app.
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The Indian government has once again requested WhatsApp to device a technological solution that would allow the government to trace the origins of a message. The Facebook-owned social messaging app, however, has maintained that doing so would fundamentally compromise end-to-end encryption that protects the contents of all the messages shared on its platform. And now, reacting to a fresh report regarding Indian government’s demands of message tracebility, WhatsApp has said that it has nothing new to add to what it has already said regarding the matter.

Indian government has asked WhatsApp to add a digital fingerprint to every message sent on its platform without compromising on its E2E encryption.

The government essentially wants the company to device a technological solution that would allow the company to trace the origin of a message, determine how many people have read it and forwaded it all without breaking its encryption such that a problematic message can be traced back to its source.

The officials added that the government would keep the traceability requests for a limited number of cases to ensure that there aren’t thousands of people sending special requests to the Facebook owned social messaging app.
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