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WhatsApp updates its Privacy Policy, to be effective starting 19th June, 2021

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WhatsApp users can now agree with the updated terms and privacy policy that the company is introducing from February 8, 2021. The company has started popping up a notice to WhatsApp users notifying the newly updated terms...

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Won't make any difference to most folks in India as they are ignorant and will click on "Agree".
obviously.

if people read terms and conditions before use, most of UPI apps would have only 5% users of current users.
 

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What is the best alternative of WhatsApp
If you are okay to forego Video calling, then Telegram.
If you are okay to forego groups with 150+ members, then Signal..

Honestly, Signal's encryption is world class, open source and also in use by other messaging apps as well. WhatsApp also uses signal's end-to-end encryption for chats...
 

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If you are okay to forego Video calling, then Telegram.
If you are okay to forego groups with 150+ members, then Signal..

Honestly, Signal's encryption is world class, open source and also in use by other messaging apps as well. WhatsApp also uses signal's end-to-end encryption for chats...
Now Telegram also having Video call bro since last 2 months :)
What is the best alternative of WhatsApp
Telegram 💯
 

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WhatsApp says European users will not be forced to agree to share personal information with Facebook.

However, WhatsApp’s Irish arm, said on Thursday that although users in Europe are in the process of being issued new terms of services to which they must agree, the revised agreement did not include data sharing.

WhatsApp says European users do not have to share data with Facebook
 
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