BBC News Review: Making messaging apps less private

source: BBC Learning English    2017年3月28日
WhatsApp encrypts messages, so it's nearly impossible for anyone other than the user to see what's being said.
Tech experts say there are sometimes backdoors, but these can be used by criminals too. It's understood the man who killed four people in Westminster last Wednesday used WhatsApp just before the attack. So, now Amber Rudd wants support from other European ministers as she argues intelligence services should have access to that data.
Neil and Catherine look at the language the world's media is using to discuss this story - and show you how you can use it in your everyday English.
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