Children's charities warned that children's groups in London would be easier to target victims online, according to Facebook's plan to integrate their messaging platform.
The NSPCC said yesterday that Facebook plans to release child abusers with easy access to young victims and make them grooms without being found.
Experts also say that it will be much harder for parents to crack their children's online activities online or disable certain social networks, experts said. A warning came after Facebook announced it was linking its Facebook messaging app, WhatsApp, to Instagram's infrastructure. This change means that people using Facebook Messenger can communicate with people with WhatsApp accounts.
NSPCC's Andy Burrows said: "Decisions to integrate and integrate end-to-end encryption in all three applications mean that child abusers have easier access to young victims, and it becomes more difficult to detect cleanup behavior and sexual abuse in these applications. # 39;
According to the New York Times, this change is a project by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The company expects to complete the job by the end of the year or early 2020. Facebook said yesterday 's move was designed to make it easier to reach friends and family through the network. All text and images currently sent through WhatsApp are encrypted so you can not access your police and Facebook. The company now wants to apply the same level of privacy to Facebook Messenger.