Snowden warns that the new Google app, Google Allo, is dangerous and should not be used. He warns that the app will record every message sent to it and that Google has said that they can make these messages available to the police at any time.
Allo is a chatting app that is up and coming in the tech world. It has interesting features, like one that allows your phone to guess how the user would respond to a certain text. It also has a feature that allows the user to ask Google for assistance right within the chat.
The government has full access to this information, and Snowden is speaking out about it. He warns that other Google apps are linked to Allo, and one should be careful about what they put on their phone.
At this point, there is no denying that Big Brother has its hold on the youth of this nation. With ever grandmother, mother and child on an iPad, it is little wonder that there is not privacy left in this world.
The best warning is to consistently watch the sources of the apps that are in use. Another would be to be protective of what is put out there. It is hard to know what hands it will fall into.