(Selanjutnya AS vs FBI baca di sini)
Brazilian federal police arrested a Facebook executive on Tuesday after the company failed to turn over information from a WhatsApp messaging account that a judge had requested for a drug trafficking investigation.
Diego Dzodan, a Facebook vice president, was taken into custody, or what Brazilian authorities call “preventive prison,” which is often less than a week but can be extended, federal police said in a statement.
The arrest was made because of Facebook “repeatedly failing to comply with judicial orders,” according to the statement. “The information was required to be utilized in an investigation of organized crime and drug trafficking.”
... the company may not be able to help Brazilian authorities because it does not store users' messages, a situation exasperated by new encryption updates designed to protect communications between people. So, WhatsApp says it cannot provide information it does not have.