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Turkey suspends new data sharing rules for WhatsApp and Facebook

Turkey suspends new data sharing rules for WhatsApp and Facebook
Consumers around the world are worried after WhatsApp, the most popular messaging app, changed its privacy policy.

In this context, Turkey has suspended the new data sharing rules of WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook.
According to the Turkish News Agency, the Turkish Competition Authority has also launched an investigation against Facebook and WhatsApp.

Note that last week, WhatsApp changed its privacy rules, under which WhatsApp user information will now be shared with Facebook and its other companies.

Users will not be able to use the WhatsApp until they accept the new role.
According to the Turkish News Agency, the Turkish Competition Authority has also launched an investigation against Facebook and WhatsApp.

Note that last week, WhatsApp changed its privacy rules, under which WhatsApp user information will now be shared with Facebook and its other companies.

Users will not be able to use the WhatsApp until they accept the new role.

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