WhatsApp Forcing Users to Share Data with Facebook or… be gone

Parent company Facebook now requires WhatsApp users to kindly share the data with it in order to continue using it. Of course, if you don’t agree, then its bye bye.

Did you open your WhatsApp and find a notification to agree to share data with Facebook if you’re interested in using the messaging app?

Well the company notorious for targeted advertising and what not has finally come clean about its intention with their latest Privacy Policy.

With majority people relying on the WhatsApp messaging platform since a few years, it is coming as a shock to several when they read the notification and wonder what kind of information and data do they want.

Fear not, there are several private messaging apps that are better and far secure than WhatsItsName.

We have covered a listicle where we mention few private messaging apps that you can switch to today without the fear of them selling your data, sharing your info or encryption!

SourcePC Mag
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