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Prosecutors say Google Accessed Private WhatsApp Messages

On Wednesday, the Texas chief legal officer reported a wide variety of antitrust arguments against Google’s advertising activities. The objection made many encouraging claims, including a long-standing consensus between Google and Facebook to eliminate the danger of headers, but the strangest allegations could be WhatsApp related. As the complaint indicates, Google and Facebook made an arrangement to get a large number of private messages and photos from WhatsApp customers, and this was shortly after getting the application.

There are many complaints, 57 pages in total. This section has been carefully edited, but there’s no denying that it requires selective understanding between Google and Facebook so that Google can accept WhatsApp messages from customers.

Texas v. Google paragraph p57 protest.

For some reason, this is an unprecedented situation. WhatsApp started to get chaotic, which means that Facebook did not record the acceptance of customer messages at the time the information was obtained. (This is in contrast to a governing body like Gmail, where Google stores all of its employees’ messages and can filter them as a group.) For Facebook, cutting this access schedule to another organization is unimaginable because it can’t access itself. The overall goal of starting to complete the encryption is that it prevents the organization from giving up customer protection, which is unthinkable.

So … what is Texas discussing here? The clearest statement from Alex Stamos of Stanford University and others is that this message implies hardened files, which are initiated by clients and are not within the reach of the government to begin encryption. In any case, these cases cannot fully pass any test. Google makes it easy for Android customers to save WhatsApp enhancements to Google Drive, but there are no restrictions to this arrangement, and why it requires an agreement isn’t satisfactory. The iOS client can also store enhancements on iCloud, and in any case, if the client is activated, improvements can be made.

Neither Google nor Facebook will make any recorded verbal statements, referring to the continued legal influence, but on the basis of both parties refuse to share any optional arrangements for WhatsApp customer information. Google also highlighted Sundar Pichai’s earlier claim that the CEO is aiming not to use Drive information for publicity.

Pichai wrote in June, “We will not provide your data to anyone and we will not use the data in applications that store individual substances (such as Gmail, Drive, calendar, and photos) for publicity purposes.”

This puts us in a difficult position. This dissatisfaction is the result of extensive testing on Google and Facebook, which is likely to lead to undisclosed data. Nonetheless, the omissions and the general confusion surrounding the case make it difficult to say exactly how much. Watch the full article at  Animesprout

The ability to keep the alcove’s layout to open many private messages is too troubling to even consider ignoring them, but on the other hand, it’s too troubling not even to consider accepting face-to-face, especially when it denies such a large number of opinions. The framework works. In addition to the various cases handled by Facebook, as the case progresses, this will provide investigators with massive verification. However, in any case, unless stated otherwise, Texas seems to forgo the sensational guarantee without support.

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