"We are putting more and more of our lives onto our mobile devices. This is very convenient, when those mobile devices are in our hands, but it poses a risk when those devices fall out of our hands and into the hands of someone else," explains Kroon.
"In general if something is encrypted end to end, then someone intercepting the message is only going to get the encrypted version, so they would not be able to extract information from there."Kroon explains that privacy should not be the worry, but rather the sharing of locations with people indefinitely without knowing. He goes on to add that you should make sure that you know how use this feature. The live location sharing could potentially save your life if you make use of it correctly.
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