Facebook demands WhatsApp users personal data


WhatsApp has updated its privacy policy where it is asking for the more of its users data i.e., battery percentage, locations and tracking phone activities and if the users doesn’t agree they won’t be able to access their accounts. The data apparently will be stored with WhatsApp parent company “Facebook” which has previously been breached for its data. Many of the users have expressed their disagreement over it and has already shifted to “Signal” a messaging app which says it’s chats are encrypted and protected.

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