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WhatsApp and User Data: A Campaign for New Terms of Use

WhatsApp and User Data: A Campaign for New Terms of Use

Following the postponement of the introduction of the new Terms of Use, WhatsApp is encouraging a new effort to communicate and seek approval for changes. May 15 is now the deadline. A campaign must ensure that there are no misunderstandings and misinformation. Because according to the ambassador, these were the reason for the postponement.

WhatsApp insists that all personal messages are encrypted from the end, and neither you nor Facebook can read them. So far no doubt. There was a problem with the privacy policy and the ambiguity about sharing data with the parent company Facebook.

The newly created landing page says, “We hope people want reliable and secure applications. It only requires a certain amount of data for WhatsApp,” which should contain all the information. It is not clear what specific data this is. After all, the supervisory agency writes that WhatsApp does not share any contact list with Facebook. According to the questions, only phone numbers are accessible.

After releasing new data protection guidelines, WhatsApp was accused of writing to share data with Facebook for marketing purposes at one point. Elsewhere, however, do not use them for your own purposes. As for Facebook, it is said again that all the data of the Facebook family will be merged and used for advertising purposes.

WhatsApp also insists on deceiving other ambassadors: “We’ve seen some of our competitors lie that they can’t see messages from users.” Also: “Other apps claim to be better because they have less information than WhatsApp.” You know what information they have from other messengers.

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Otherwise, the new Terms of Use refer to communications with companies that offer their services and customer service via WhatsApp. It says: “Facebook is involved in some shopping activities so that companies can manage their inventory across apps.”


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