Ever feel like big brother may be watching you?
If you use iMessage, Apple's messaging service, you may be right.
In an article on Mashable.com references that some experts are claiming Apple and even the NSA can read your iMessages.
They claim that apple has the ability to read these messages because the company holds the encryption key.
So how is the NSA tied into all of this?
If the NSA wanted the content of someone's iMessages, they could contact Apple and Apple could change how the message servers deliver messages, which would give the NSA access.
Apple has long claimed that only the sender and receiver of iMessages could view the messages.
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