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WhatsApp says users not accepting the new privacy policy will start to lose access from May 15: Report

In case users do not comply with Whatsapp's new policies, for a short duration they would be able to receive calls and notification, but they won't be able to read or send messages from the app from May 15 onwards.

Sandes, a Make-in-India alternative to Whatsapp, being tested by government officials: Read the details

Government officials have started using Sandes, a desi alternative to popular messaging application Whatsapp

‘Different policy for Indian and European users serious concern’: GoI directs WhatsApp to withdraw proposed privacy policy changes

The GoI has written to Will Cathcart, the CEO of WhatsApp, regarding privacy concerns and urged him to withdraw them.

After a global outcry, WhatsApp issues clarification, delays enforcement of updated privacy policy: Read full details

The WhatsApp privacy policy update invited backlash after the app said it reserved the right to share some user data with Facebook.

WhatsApp vs Signal vs Telegram: Here’s how they fare against each other amidst concerns of privacy after WhatsApp’s latest policy update

The popularity of messaging apps Signal and Telegram soared after WhatsApp updated its policy raising concerns about data privacy

Signal stock increases 1100% after Elon Musk recommended it over WhatsApp privacy changes. The only problem? It’s not the Signal stock: Details

Elon Musk had urged his followers to use Signal messaging app, which is developed by non-profit organisation Sigla Foundation

Zoom admits to blocking activists and ending meetings on the request of Chinese govt, to make changes to enable blocking participants in particular countries...

Zoom admitted terminating accounts outside mainland China and shutting down their meetings on request of Chinese government.

Searching porn in incognito? Google is possibly recording you, and now it has been sued for $5 billion

Google has been slapped with a lawsuit seeking $5 billion, accusing the search giant of privacy infringements by tracking internet activity of users using browser in the 'private or incognito' mode

Welcome to the Aarogya Setu App: A quick look at the app that is helping India fight Coronavirus and how it works

The Government of India has launched the Aarogya Setu App to assist the fight against the Wuhan Coronavirus.

Centre formulates protocols for Aarogya Setu App’s data management, uses will be able to request deletion of their data

The protocol ensures that it will not share the Aarogya Setu data with any third party until it is extremely necessary to formulate or implement health responses.

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