Security vs. Privacy — Why should you have to choose on messaging apps?

2. Is WhatsApp a secure and private communications platform? Why or why not?

3. What should people look for when choosing a communications platform or app?

4. Are there any communications apps that you’d recommend? Any that you’d warn against?

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