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    Google engineer explains why he thinks Allo should have end-to-end encryption enabled by default
    Google's new messaging app, Allo, has been catching a bit of heat since its introduction due to the lack of privacy controls built into the backend of the service. At this time, Allo will not end to end encryption enabled by default due to the integration with Google Assistant.

    A Google engineer took to his personal blog to explain why he thinks there should encryption enabled across all fronts when the app launches later this year.

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