So, you want to order a pizza or text sweet nothings to your significant other without the NSA listening?
According to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the government agency operated PRISM, a program that sifts through Internet and online communications.
Most criminals and terrorist wannabes have already stopped using public communications – and if well-financed, have developed their own anti-snooping techniques. Will Apple (or Google) allow such an app in their stores which they cannot be sure doesn’t violate their terms of use? If its using encryption, don’t they have the code for that so they can easily gain access to it? Not really, if the key is made new after every connection or message then it would be a variable.
Thats right if you mean that its device-to-server encrypted, which can also be called end-to-end, but if I’m right they mean device-to-device!
Remember when people on YouTube started covering Rufus Wainwright’s “Hallelujah,” which was a cover of Jeff Buckley’s cover of “Hallelujah,” which in turn was a cover of Leonard Cohen’s original song? Users are encouraged to “heart,” comment on, and share other people’s secrets, without knowing the identity of the original poster.

Whether Secret, Whisper, and other anonymous messaging apps are actually anonymous, however, is up for debate. Given the enormous popularity of Whisper—as of December 2013, the app reportedly had nearly 3 billion monthly pageviews — it doesn’t seem like most people are losing any sleep over these potential privacy issues.
If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation.
A great idea from Phil Zimmerman in 1991, Pretty Good Privacy used military-grade encryption to protect your email conversations. Apple’s Messages app has for some time been viewed as a thorn in the side of government data-mining efforts, though. Want to carry out some nefarious deed on your mobile phone – or simply be able to order a pepperoni pizza without the NSA connecting it to your membership in the Vegetarian Club of America?
So after that you can encrypt it, send it to whoever you want, they won’t be able to read it, just your friend will be able. That brand of recycling also seems to be popular in the tech world, as indicated by the release of Secret, a new app that appears to be another version of Whisper, which in turn is basically an app version of PostSecret.
It’s a messaging app that allows users to anonymously share secrets with members of their social circles (in this respect, it differs from Whisper, which allows you to share your messages with pretty much any old schmo, regardless of whether they’re in your social network.

This veil of anonymity is intended to help create a totally democratic platform, where all of the content is judged solely on its own merits rather than by, say, how many followers the poster has, according to Secret founders David Byttow and Chrys Bader.
As a recent Forbes piece notes, Whisper tracks its users so it can monitor trolls and users who violate Whisper’s  guidelines, which means you’re not technically anonymous to the app itself. Let this story about how it got removed be a warning about not swallowing consumer electronics. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system? They boldly claim the software is designed to keep out the most prying eyes, such as those from the U.S. After being challenged as military munitions, PGP was eventually sold to the antivirus software maker Symantec.

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