Does end-to-end encryption put children’s safety at risk?

Does end-to-end encryption put children’s safety at risk? The  end-to-end encryption (E2EE) system, which Facebook plans to pass on the  grounds that it is more secure, is being criticized in England on the  grounds that it would pose a risk to children.

In the UK, a group of government and aid organizations are urging the  public to pressure Facebook not to put “end-to-end passwords” (E2EE) on  its messaging service Messenger.

It is stated that if Facebook introduces the “ultra-secure messaging  system”, more children will be at risk of harassment online.

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