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Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Leave WhatsApp if you have privacy concerns: High Court advice

It is up to you to decide whether or not to use WhatsApp. If you feel that your privacy is not maintained in your WhatsApp or Google, you can stop using it. Do not use it.

For the privacy of your WhatsApp, the government said that your privacy is in your hands. Which you can also chang.

Not only WhatsApp but Google also has your secret information. It can know everything you are doing.

 WhatsApp, the country's most popular messenger app, has announced that it will change its privacy terms to allow users' data to be passed on to its parent company, Facebook. Advised to leave WhatsApp if concerned. 

Delhi High Court Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said WhatsApp is not mandatory for anyone who is concerned about their data to leave the app and other messenger apps. Can go on.

 The judge said that not only WhatsApp but also Google app gets your data but this is not a mandatory app. Not so the app if users don't have a choice. Leaving is just as important. However, WhatsApp's privacy policy violates the fundamental rights of the country's citizens as it announced a hearing on the 25th.

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