Apple, Google, and WhatsApp refused to cooperate with intelligence agencies

Well-known companies in the field of information technology Apple, Google, and WhatsApp have published open letters for their users.

The main idea of the letter is that the companies guarantee the security of users ‘ personal data and will not transfer it to third parties.

Corporations also stressed that they avoid such actions for several reasons: first, it undermines the trust relationship between the user and the company, and secondly, they have great respect for the privacy of their customers.

This letter was a response to the actions of the UK Government Communications Center. Not so long ago it became known that its employees are viewing encrypted messages of its users, thus literally spying on them.

Recall that in November 2018, there were several reports from the UK government communications Center. In it, several intelligence officers argue that law enforcement agencies should monitor every correspondence.

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Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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