WhatsApp will not share data with Facebook in this country, policy changes

WhatsApp has been under criticism for the past few days due to its new privacy policy. Actually, under this new policy of the company, the data of users is going to be shared with Facebook, this new policy is going to come into effect from 8 February. However, WhatsApp is also facing a lot of losses due to this new step of the company, a large number of users are resorting to other messaging platforms such as Signal and Telegram etc., except WhatsApp. But now it seems that the company is lagging behind in view of the increasing losses. Yes, according to the latest information, WhatsApp will not share the data of users of European region with Facebook. This information was given by Niamh Sweeney himself, the WhatsApp policy director of Europe.

By Niamh Sweeney Tweet Informed via that WhatsApp will not share the data of users of European region with Facebook. He said that even after this update, there will be no change in WhatsApp data sharing practice in Europe. WhatsApp will not share the data of European region WhatsApp users with Facebook to improve their products or advertisements.

Let me tell you, WhatsApp on Tuesday issued a clarification regarding its privacy policy update. Facebook’s parent messaging service WhatsApp said in its statement that recent changes to its policy will not affect the privacy of your messages with friends or family members. WhatsApp said that there are many wrong rumors about the privacy of users on its platform in the market, which is not true at all. The company said that they refute all these rumors and will continue to secure the private messages of the users through end to end encryption.

Significantly, WhatsApp has made changes in its privacy policy. Its information is being given to all users through the app. Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp has given users until 8 February to accept the new policy. The thing to keep in mind is that if a user does not accept this policy, then his account will be deleted. The policy has been updated for both Android and iOS platforms.

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