A US government inspector lost the case of forcing Facebook Hit the phone with his Messenger application.
With joint efforts by state and federal authorities to investigate MS – 13 organizations, the District Court urged the social networking giant to blame the court for rejecting voice calls in real time.
According to Reuters communications, the judge ruled that it would eventually benefit Facebook, but as the case is sealed, the reason is unknown.
This judgment, filed in the District Court in Fresno, California, deals with members of gangs sued for murder and other crimes. The government asked 16 gang members to file a complaint, but they would have considered Facebook for more evidence.
Reuters said that the affidavit filed by the FBI agent "There is no practical way to be monitored by law enforcement agencies." . WhatsApp owned by Facebook prevents tinnitus using end-to-end encryption, but law enforcement agencies have long insisted that they have interfered with the investigation and can not hear it.
But Facebook Messenger does not encrypt end-to-end voice calls, but can listen to calls in real time.
Under US law, telephone companies and telephone companies allow police and federal agencies to access real-time telephones with eavesdropping in court orders,
Privacy advocates accused the government as trying to track encrypted applications just two years after FBI sued Apple and viewed it as a way to get rid of the exemption. It is based on a similar request invading an encrypted iPhone belonging to San Bernardino's shooter Syed Farook.
The FBI rejected the comment. Facebook is not responding to comments request.
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