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Facebook and Instagram will not Get End-To-End Encryption Until 2022, Here is How You Can Use It for Chats

As Facebook-owned WhatsApp users prepare to sign up for the latest terms of service, which are set to take effect on May 15th, Facebook has made another announcement. In a blog post, the tech behemoth confirmed that it has been working on end-to-end encryption for Facebook and Instagram, which will not be available until 2022.

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Facebook Wants Its AR Glasses to Offer Superhearing to the Wearer.

A new Facebook experiment reveals how sound could play a key role in augmented reality. Chief scientist Michael Abrash and his team at FRL Research (formerly Facebook Reality Labs) published information today about what the group calls “ perceptual superpowers ” — AR devices that find out what you're trying to hear, then enhance it and dampen background noise. In conjunction with spatial audio features, the interface produces an aural equivalent of a hologram overlay in a pair of glasses.

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Zoom Pays $86 Million to Resolve a Class-action Privacy Complaint in the United States.