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WhatsApp sues Indian govt, says new media rules mean end to privacy: Reports

WhatsApp sues Indian govt, says new media rules mean end to privacy: Reports

New Delhi: Calling the new rules to be in violation of privacy rights under Indian constitution, the WhatsApp has reportedly filed a lawsuit in Delhi High Court against Central government since it requires social media companies to identify the “first originator of information” when authorities demand it. While the law

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy: What happens if you don’t accept it today

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy: What happens if you don’t accept it today

New Delhi: The messaging giant, WhatsApp, has reportedly scrapped its May 15 deadline for its users to accept its controversial privacy policy update and asserted that not accepting the terms will not lead to deletion of accounts. However, users who don’t accept the new terms starting today will eventually encounter

WhatsApp scraps 15 May deadline for accepting privacy policy terms

WhatsApp scraps 15 May deadline for accepting privacy policy terms

Facebook-owned WhatsApp’s new privacy policy was responsible for many events in the last few months. From the rise of alternative instant messaging apps such as Signal and Telegram to citizens, in general, becoming more aware of how data privacy works. Now, WhatsApp has scrapped its 15 May deadline for users

WhatsApp new update offers bigger photos and videos in chats

WhatsApp new update offers bigger photos and videos in chats

New Delhi: The messaging giant WhatsApp has introduced a much needed update that shows photos and videos sent in chats in a bigger format. The messaging platform announced the new feature in a tweet providing an insight of how it works. As of now, photos sent on WhatsApp appear cropped,

Twitter, FB, WhatsApp and YouTube suspended in Pakistan amid violent protests

Twitter, FB, WhatsApp and YouTube suspended in Pakistan amid violent protests

Islamabad: The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority on Friday suspended social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, WhatsApp and Telegram till 3 pm, amidst tension in Pakistan over violent anti-France protests that paralysed large parts of the South Asian country this week. As per the Interior Ministry, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority