WhatsApp maintains that it doesn’t look at a user’s chat messages or listen to his/her phone calls. End-to-end encryption is said to be the hallmark to protect against any breach of privacy. A new pop-up has put further spanners in WhatsApp’s bid to allay users’ fears. The pop-up instructs users to delete their account if they chose not to agree to the new ground rules. The pop-up is seen as a death-knell for a rampant breach of users’ privacy. WhatsApp released a separate blog post last week to allay the apprehensions and included a chart that specified what information is protected and not shared by a user.
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