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WhatsApp introduces new privacy policy, will share your data with Facebook

WhatsApp, the world's leading mobile phone and video calling app, has said in a new message that it will share the data of its nearly two billion users with its parent company Facebook from February 8.


But now from next month WhatsApp company your name, data, IP address, phone model, operating system, battery charging amount, signal intensity, browser type, mobile network, ISP, language, time zone, and Even the IMEA will find out and maybe pass this information on to Facebook.

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Meanwhile, the WhatsApp company has also announced that it will monitor the exchange of any business or commercial information released on its platform. So WhatsApp will be able to listen to your messages. WhatsApp said in a tweet that some businesses are using third-party software or software (including Facebook) to keep in touch with their users.

On the other hand, at the beginning of the year, WhatsApp has stopped working in many smartphones.

Now some people, especially those working in sensitive organizations or other experts will be forced to leave the WhatsApp, but it should be noted that your data and information will remain on the WhatsApp platform long after the account is deleted.


Interestingly, the 27 countries of the European Union will not be affected by this new policy. European countries have recently introduced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which requires all companies to protect and ensure the protection of consumer data, regardless of where the company is located in the world.

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