WhatsApp policy change, thousands unhappy

The social site WhatsApp has announced its new privacy policy, under which users data will now be shared with Facebook.

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Following WhatsApp’s decision, thousands of users have expressed outrage. Users say this will end data privacy. According to reports of Baaghi TV, many users have already deleted their WhatsApp accounts since the ruling.

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Under this policy, WhatsApp will also share data and transactions, from charging your battery. WhatsApp only gives you the option to consent to your privacy. If you disagree with this privacy policy, you will need to delete the account.

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