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In January, WhatsApp asked all its users to accept new terms allowing it to share more private information with its parent company Facebook for advertising and e-commerce purposes. The proposition sparked global outrage, forcing the company to delay its plans and clarify its privacy and security terms. Widespread confusion about WhatsApp’s future plans was compounded […]

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A data leak exposed more than 30 million unique personal records of South Africans following an alleged breach that took place around May 2017, according to an investigation by security researcher Troy Hunt. Hunt received a 27GB file that, he believes, “is definitely floating around between traders.” Based on the headers published on Pastebin, the […]

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The companys first standalone app offers one-tap self-destruct messaging but only to smartphone users in New Zealand, South Africa and Singapore. Instagram says that those countries were chosen for the initial launch because of their geographical diversity and because they are regions with high messaging app use.

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