Moreover, Facebook reserves the right to share the collected data with its subsidiaries.
Therefore, if the user does not agree with the new rules, from February 8, 2021, he loses the ability to make calls and exchange messages. This means, in fact, he would not be able to use WhatsApp.
WhatsApp emphasizes that Facebook will not be able to access private messages in the messenger, nor do WhatsApp employees (due to end-to-end encryption) have access to them.
In addition, neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can see the location of users they have shared with each other.
WhatsApp emphasizes that it does not share users’ contacts with Facebook or other applications. However, the FAQ also describes scenarios in which user data and messages from WhatsApp can still end up on Facebook’s servers, although this only applies to business messages. For example, this information can be used to target Facebook users.
Let me remind you that I talked about the fact that WhatsApp fixed vulnerability was dangerous for more than 3000 other Android applications.
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