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 September 21, 2016  Business

Michael Mimoso writes:

Google released its Allo messenger application today, and right along with it a measure of controversy that has critics urging potential users to stay away. The angst stems from what seems to be a reversal on Google’s part to start logging chats in the app’s non-incognito mode by default, something the company said in May it would not do when Allo was unveiled at its I/O conference.

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