March 18, 2021 7:11:31 pm
WhatsApp has drawn massive criticism from users globally, including India, over concerns that data was being shared with its parent company, Facebook. WhatsApp, on its part, has maintained that messages on the platform are end-to-end encrypted and that neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can see the private messages on WhatsApp’s platform.
Whatsapp has proposed its users to accept updated policy changes by March 15 if they want to continue using the app.
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