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The users of WhatsApp got up to a series of ‘Status’ created by the social messaging application program itself stating “we are committed to your privacy” on January 17.
It stated, “WhatsApp can’t read or listen to your personal conversations as they’re end-to-end encrypted.”
WhatsApp doesn’t share your contacts with Facebook,” it added up.
In a blog post, the company stated that it was making attempts to clarify the muddle, and it comprised a chart, which states what data gets safe when someone makes use of WhatsApp.
Facebook administrators, comprising Instagram chief Adam Mosseri and WhatsApp head Will Cathcart also utilized Twitter to clarify the misperception.
The tech firm stated that it will take 3 months time to better connect both the modifications in its novel strategy and its long-lasting privacy practices around private talks, location sharing, and other delicate facts.
“We’re now moving back the date on which people will be asked to review and accept the terms,” the report added.
The company added that not a single person will lose access to the application program if they didn’t settle for the fresh terms of service contract that linked the modifications earlier this month.
Recently, senior administration officials had told media that they would communicate if the encrypted messaging platform consists of the safety and confidentiality of its users in the Indian zone.
The administrators had stated that the administration can alter the intermediary rules if deemed necessary, as outlining the rules is in the concluding phases.