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Who Said WhatsApp Free? This Said Kaspersky

Kaspersky Senior Researcher, Anna Larkina exposed the fact that no service is completely free of charge. He considered that the general public might think WhatsApp is a free instant messaging service. However, the business model for such a free service would be to pay for the user's personal data. "Social media, several instant messaging applications, and search engines. They all make money from advertising. The more personalized it is, the better," he said, Thursday, January 14, 2021. In fact, Facebook and other similar companies have been using personal data for users. recent years. But most companies, including Facebook, ostensibly to be transparent about their policies. Then, WhatsApp claims not to read user conversations because it includes end-to-end encryption, and only searche...

Dear WhatsApp, Your New Policy Makes Users Wary

Updates to privacy policy have WhatsApp made a number of users worry about data security. In fact, there are those who prefer to replace the messaging application if the policy is actually running. Based on the report Techradar, policy privacy WhatsApp's new asks users to agree to sharing user data with Facebook. From telephone numbers, transaction data, service information, mobile device information, IP addresses. To other data in the 'information we collect' section. Responding to this, one of the WhatsApp users in Wonogiri admit that he was not willing for WhatsApp to share personal data with Facebook. "If I feel (the new policy) is problematic because our private data can be read by Facebook, where data security cannot be guaranteed," he told Warta Ekonomi, Tuesday (12/1/2021). ...