When Google announced the arrival of its new messaging application, Google Allo did stressing two things: the introduction of an intelligent assistant that develop new options, and privacy. In the second of these areas, Google has ended up not doing everything promised.
Google would theoretically apply retention policies very limited messages, but now has been known that the version of Allo is today launched stores all messages we send except incognito. We can only make sure that Google has no such messages if the user deletes them actively, something that worries privacy advocates. Edward Snowden himself has warned of the danger of using this application. Continue Reading