"From now on when you and your contacts use the latest version of the app, every call you make, and every message, photo, video, file, and voice message you send, is end-to-end encrypted by default, including group chats," it wrote in a blog post announcing the change. While Whats App will still be able to access some important data, such as the behaviour of its users, the actual content of conversations will now be much harder to read.
I spoke to him initially through his sister’s mobile and then via Skype.
While talking to him, I did not know that he was recording our conversations and the screen.
The ubiquitous cranes have paused on the skyline, as if stuck in time.
There are countless buildings half-finished, seemingly abandoned.
The matrimonial bond did not prevent both a man from Dubai and a woman from a GCC country from spending time together that led the man to Dubai Courts.
AA, 45-year-old Syrian sales manager, allegedly blackmailed his ‘beloved’ via SMS and threatened to post inappropriate videos and pictures of her on the Internet if she did not strip off her clothes via Skype.And there he stands on the tallest building in the world – a skinny spike, jabbing farther into the sky than any other human construction in history.But something has flickered in Sheikh Mohammed's smile.Whats App Status lets users send updates using photo and video content to their friends, much like Snapchat or Instagram’s Stories.The new Status, which was originally set to launch on Friday but has apparently been unleashed early, will let Whats App users send short clips to their friends, which can be photos, videos or GIFs These can be further customised by adding emoji and text annotations, with a wide variety of colours available.Dubai was meant to be a Middle-Eastern Shangri-La, a glittering monument to Arab enterprise and western capitalism.