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Facebook announced that WhatsApp won’t limit the app’s functionality for users who don’t accept the company’s proposed policy changes, backtracking on an earlier announcement saying the messaging app would slowly become unusable. Facebook’s original announcement regarding the WhatsApp policy changes miffed many users. They were told they had to agree to share metadata between WhatsApp […]

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WhatsApp told users last week that there was no need for alarm regarding an upcoming privacy policy deadline, as users who refuse to accept the privacy policy will not have their accounts deleted—they will just have their apps rendered useless, eventually incapable of receiving calls and messages. The planned removal of core features represents a […]

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When WhatsApp made clear that it planned to share a lot more information with parent company Facebook, including sensitive data such as phone number, device particulars and location, some users were not happy. But WhatsApp didn’t just make those changes. It included them in a new privacy policy and asked users to agree or not. […]

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