WhatsApp violates privacy, then delete app: Delhi High Court


The Delhi High Court on Monday held a hearing on the policy update on WhatsApp (WhatsApp) India. However, the Delhi High Court refused to give notice to WhatsApp and Facebook regarding the new policy update. An application was filed in the Delhi High Court against WhatsApp for updating the policy. WhatsApp had earlier given information about its policy update in India, stating that it would share WhatsApp’s data with its parent company Facebook.

There was an appeal in the High Court regarding WhatsApp that the government should take action on the new policy of WhatsApp. The application stated that the new policy violated users’ privacy. However, the High Court has refused to issue any notice in the case.

The Delhi High Court has ruled that WhatsApp is a private app. If someone has a problem with the WhatsApp policy or it affects users’ privacy, they should give it up. The court said in its order that there are many such apps with which users share their data. Google Maps even captures users’ data. Recently, since WhatsApp has come up with its new policy update, it has been strongly opposed.

The High Court said that if anyone feels that their privacy has been threatened by using WhatsApp, they should leave the app. He can go to any other app. In this, no pressure is being put on the users. People angry at WhatsApp’s policy update are now leaning towards telegrams and signals. Telegram and Signal have received millions of downloads in the last few days.

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