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Putting up a question on WhatsApp’s data sharing practices, the group has stated a valid reason behind this lawsuit.
For an average internet user, online safety is the first and foremost priority, when browsing online.
According to them, WhatsApp follows a shady process while acquiring and sharing data.
Since then, WhatsApp (which is a phone number based messaging service) has been sharing their user numbers with Facebook.
The company claims it has ‘temporarily stopped’ using the data of European WhatsApp customers for advertising purpose on Facebook.
Forget About Backdoors, This Is The Data WhatsApp Actually Hands To Cops
Whatever side you stood, there was the begging, unanswered question: just what kind of access does WhatsApp actually grant to the government?
Another thing Facebook does (unless ordered not to) is inform a user when their account is being searched.
It’s unclear if WhatsApp does the same.
The language in the warrant indicated cops, even in 2014 before the crypto deployment, struggled to get any message content from WhatsApp.
According to court filings reviewed by your reporter over recent months, there’s little indication WhatsApp has ever handed message content to the cops.
collected by :Molly Tony