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WhatsApp has made itself a part of its own status

WhatsApp has made itself a part of its own status
Silicon Valley: WhatsApp has made itself a part of its own status tonight without any prior notice, meaning that the company will now be posting its own status along with WhatsApp users, which will be visible to all WhatsApp users.

It should be noted that this messaging app, which is used on more than two billion mobile phones worldwide, has been under severe criticism for the past one month due to a change in its privacy policy. WhatsApp’s first ‘Status’ with four screens assures users that their privacy is important to WhatsApp and that users’ private messages cannot be read because they have’ end to end ‘ Encryption is protected.

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