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WeChat, China's top messaging app, no longer tells users when it censors their messages
Users of WeChat, China's most popular messaging app, have stopped being informed when their messages are being censored in a move that further erodes user privacy, according to a new report from Citizen Lab. In the past, the app would notify users when a message they intended to send wasn't delivered because it was controversial, such as references to free speech groups or the Tiananmen Square massacre. Now, however, censored messages are simply not delivered with no notification for either sender or recipient.
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