The platform had initially fixed its cut-off date of February 8 for accepting the new terms And conditions but later shifted it to May amid widespread outrage.
“We’ve heard From so many people how much confusion there is around our recent update. There’s been a lot of misinformation causing concern And we want to help everyone understAnd our principles And the facts,” it wrote.
“Neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can See these private messages. It’s why we don’t keep logs of who everyone’s messaging or calling. We also can’t See your shared location And we don’t share your contacts with Facebook.
“With these updates, none of That is changing. Instead, the update includes new options people will have to message a business on WhatsApp, And provides further transparency about how we collect And use data.”
Telegram also witnessed tremendous growth as the cloud-based mobile And desktop messaging app raked in 500 million active users in the first week of January.
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