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WhatsApp is a free messaging app owned by Facebook with full end-to-end encryption. Only the sender and recipient can read messages and calls. While you can limit some account information shared to Facebook, WhatsApp still keeps records of the phone numbers involved in the exchange and the users’ metadata, including timestamps on messages.
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Wire is free for personal use and an open source messaging app that offers end-to-end encryption to send messages and calls. Wire does not require a phone number to register.
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If you wish to be anonymous you may need to take some extra steps like using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) and Tor (Anonymity Network) to submit your message. The Surveillance Self-Defense guide by the Electronic Frontier Foundation gives a great overview of tools and instructions on how to stay anonymous online.
Please note: there are some countries where the use of encryption software is illegal or can have the user flagged as a person of interest to the authorities. When in doubt, we recommend you reach out to Access Now’s Digital Security Helpline that works with individuals and organisations around the world to keep them safe online.