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Masood is said to have used WhatsApp minutes before carrying out the attack.
“The goal for governments is to get as much information as possible, and so when there are message services like WhatsApp that are encrypted the message itself is encrypted however the metadata is not.
“If people move off those encrypted services and go to encrypted services in countries that won’t share the metadata the government actually has less information, not more.
There is absolutely no place for terrorism, hate or calls for violence of any kind.
Our goal is to not just pull it off Facebook however to use artificial intelligence technology to get it before it is even uploaded,” Sandberg said.
WhatsApp for business to step in as FB advertisment business begain to go slow
as declared in However, things changed when the mega rich Facebook purchased the application in 2014.
In 2014, Facebook paid a whopping $19 billion just to get WhatsApp on its list of products.
Furthermore, no one wants to pay such a huge amount of money just so as to give users free services and make nothing in return.
All this is aimed at making the application further business-friendly as the company aims to turning the application into a income source.
Well, the future is here and apparently, the application will also be joined by Facebook Messenger in serving users with business needs with the same target of making money for the parent company.
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WhatsApp just offered another clue as the way it is going to finally start making money for FB
WhatsApp is testing a new feature that can allow users communicate with companies via safe messages, fraction of a broader overhaul to make the service further business friendly.
The tool will allow users to see whether a business account has been verified by WhatsApp before initiating a conversation.
WhatsApp, that Facebook acquired in 2014, said in a blog post a year ago that it “plans to test ways for people to communicate with businesses in the months ahead.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said final week that he wants the company’s messaging products — WhatsApp and Messenger — to speed up their efforts to generate sales.
He told analysts on a conference call following second-quarter results that the company has to “move even faster” on its messaging products.