Google backtracks on Allo's privacy policy

Google has seemingly changed its stance on privacy as far as Allo is concerned, according to a report by The Verge. Previously, the company had claimed end-to-end encryption for messages, but later it was revealed that it would only work for incognito chats. Now, as it turns out, all the messages sent in non-incognito mode will indefinitely be stored on Google's servers until you manually delete them. This is seemingly done to improve Allo's Assistant feature, that provides responses...

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