See WhatsApp Is Controlling Privacy Policy For Signal


Facebook-owned WhatsApp has been in the news for the last few months for all the wrong reasons. On May 15, WhatsApp new and controversial Privacy Policy has finally come into effect. The most significant delay in implementation was due to user feedback, but it was finally implemented by Saturday. However, they claim that they will not delete your account even if you do not agree with the new policy. However, at some point you will lose even more if you do not agree to this new policy.

On May 15, WhatsApp Verified Twitter account notified users of this update with an interesting tweet.

“* Check the calendar. Pouring coffee *. All right. Let us do it. No, we cannot see your personal messages. No, we will not delete your account. Yes, you can give consent at any time, “the tweet that has vatsayap.

WhatsApp comment on this tweet around 3200 like 850 comment.

WhatsApp a direct attack on the Signal

In the evening on May 15, WhatsApp this tweet alone application and musk-backed rival signal Once again, a direct barrage over WhatsApp, owned by Mark Zuckerberg, proved its existence.

The signal that responded directly to WhatsApp’s tweet in the same vein was “* Check the calendar. Pouring coffee *. “Today is a great day to switch to privacy,” wrote on Twitter. Signal’s tweet received 27,000 likes and 395 comments. His tweet is thus viral.

Unfortunately, this is not the first instance of a signal barrage over WhatsApp or its owner.

Earlier last month, it was reported that hackers had leaked the personal information of 533 million Facebook users in 106 countries, including Zuckerberg. On April 4, “Regarding the Facebook leak of 533 million people – ironically, Mark Zuckerberg is also sadly involved.” Walker tweeted that.

In another tweet, cyber security experts claimed on Twitter that users of the Zuckerberg Signal app.

“In another incident, Mark Zuckerberg respects his own privacy. He uses an end-to-end cryptocurrency and a chat app that does not own @facebook,” Dave Walker wrote on Twitter.

Sharing the news article referring to Zuckerberg’s presence on WhatsApp’s rival app, Mark wrote, “Mark is setting a good example, as the May 15 WhatsApp service rules deadline is fast approaching.” By: Mark Zuckerberg WhatsApp includes a rival signal. You have also left an indirect message that you have left WhatsApp and joined the signal for privacy.

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