Google working on end to end Gmail encryption for enhanced user privacy
Washington: Google is reportedly working on end to end encryption for Gmail to ensure that its users have better privacy.
According to The Verge, PGP has been an open-source encryption standard for nearly 20 years, but the protocol has been dogged with usability issues that many claim have kept it from broader use.
As part of its initiative for stronger user security amid NSA revelations, engineers at Google are working on ways to make PGP easier for users.
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