Plea In Delhi HC Against Whatspp New Privacy Policy | Whatsapp said stuck on privacy policy

A petition challenging the new WhatsApp policy was filed in the Delhi High Court. This petition says that the new WhatsApp policy is violating the right of privacy of consumers. The petition has demanded that WhatsApp has a court directive not to share its consumers' data with any third party or Facebook.

Whatsapp said- ready to answer questions

On the other hand, WhatsApp, which came under criticism for its recent privacy policy changes, said on Thursday that it is ready to answer any government question on the issue. Along with this, the Facebook-owned messaging platform has said that it will have to 'compete' with rivals like Signal to win the trust of the users.

In an interview with news agency PTI, WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart said that the company is committed to the privacy and security of users in India. At the same time, she will make it clear to the users continuously that their messages will be in 'end-to-end' code. WhatsApp's rival forums, such as Signal and Telegram, have seen a significant increase in recent developments. WhatsApp has changed its privacy policy. Under this, some data will be shared with Facebook.

Cathcart said, “We know that when it comes to privacy we have to compete for the trust of the users and it will be very good for the world.” “People should have a choice for their conversation and believe that no one else can see their” chat “. Asked if users are turning to WhatsApp's rival forums such as Signal and Telegram, Cathcart replied in the negative.

He said, “We thank people that they are using WhatsApp and are trusting in it.” We believe that there is good competition for privacy. This will help make the app more private and secure. “

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