WhatsApp said on withdrawal of new privacy policy- wrong information will be removed

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About the new privacy policy WhatsApp Constantly surrounded by controversies. Government of India on Tuesday Whatsapp Was asked to withdraw the new privacy policy. Now Facebook’s proprietary instant messaging app has said that the company is ‘working on removing misleading information’ and is ready to answer all kinds of questions.

A WhatsApp spokesperson said in a statement, ‘We want to assure that we cannot share data with Facebook through this update. Our aim is to maintain transparency and engage new option businesses so that they can serve their customers and move forward. WhatsApp will always protect personal messages with end-to-end encryption so that no one can see them on Facebook or WhatsApp. We are working on removing misleading information and are available to answer any kind of questions. ‘

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After the new privacy policy of WhatsApp, most users are worried. Users are worried about the safety of their data and chats. WhatsApp has clarified that all their private chats are encrypted and secure. However, users WhatsApp does not trust WhatsApp and this is probably the reason why the download of messaging apps like Signal and Telegram has seen a tremendous increase.

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WhatsApp said at the time of the introduction of the new privacy policy that the account of users who do not accept the updated policy will be closed on February 8. That is, these users will not be able to use the app. After this, after severe criticism, WhatsApp extended the policy implementation date to May. Recently, the Indian government has not only asked WhatsApp to withdraw the updated policy but also gave a week’s time to answer some tough questions asked on data policy and privacy.

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