Facebook Finally Gives Us What We Deserve: End-to-End Encryption for Messenger!

Facebook is finally launching end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for Messenger.

The feature will be rolled out gradually in the coming weeks.

E2EE will encrypt messages so that only the sender and receiver can read them.

This will make it more difficult for hackers and other third parties to access your messages.

E2EE will be available for both one-to-one and group chats.

To enable E2EE, you will need to turn it on in the Messenger settings.

 Once E2EE is enabled, you will see a lock icon next to your chats.

You will also be able to see a list of devices that have been used to access your chats.

Facebook says that E2EE is an important step in protecting user privacy.

The company is committed to making Messenger a more secure and private platform