The privacy-first messaging app recently rolled out an opt-out feature that was criticized by security experts and panned by users.
Signal has become the privacy-focused consumer’s go-to messaging app. But a recent change to its back-end systems that was designed to make the app more accessible and competitive with other encrypted messaging services could be putting user data at risk.
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