Whatsapp reaches out to users via status, says it values privacy

WhatsApp appeared to pull all stops to assure users that their privacy was the messenger apps priority. WhatsApp is currently on backfoot after its new privacy policy led to thousands of users choosing to switch to rival apps such as Telegram and Signal. On Sunday, Whatsapp put up status that had messages for its users.

“We are committed to your privacy”, “WhatsApp can’t read or listen to your personal conversations as they are end-to-end encrypted”, “WhatsApp can’t see your shared location”, “WhatsApp doesn’t share your contacts with Facebook”

These words were put by WhatsApp on its status.

The privacy policy changes from WhatsApp were to come into effect on February 8. Users were asked to accept the changes or the app was to be deleted from their phones.

News Desk

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