Skype partnering w/ Signal for new ‘Private Conversations’ encrypted messaging feature

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    As first reported by ITPro, Skype is partnering with popular encrypted communication company Signal to bring end-to-end encryption to its service. The feature, called Private Conversations, will allow Skype users to have an “additional layer of security” for conversations…

    View the original article: https://9to5mac.com/2018/01/11/skype-end-to-end-encryption-messaging/

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