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Reuters
San Francisco, May 26, 2021
WhatsApp has filed a legal complaint in Delhi against the Indian government seeking to block regulations coming into force on Wednesday that experts say would compel the California-based Facebook unit to break privacy protections, sources said.


BusinessToday.In,Reuters
May 26, 2021
Lawsuit, described to Reuters by people familiar with it, asks Delhi High Court to declare that one of the new rules is a violation of privacy rights in India's constitution since it requires social media companies to identify the \"first originator of information\" when authorities demand it


Srinath Sridharan | Shashidhar KJ
April 16, 2021
With the government unwilling to foot the bill on digital transactions and no viable business model for banks, there are no incentives for banks to maintain the UPI infrastructure


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, April 5, 2021
Zuckerberg's phone number was among the leaked data of 533 million Facebook users. A security researcher confirmed that Zuckerberg uses Signal app.


BusinessToday.In
February 11, 2021
While saying that the company could have done a better job of explaining the policy changes to users, Mohan said WhatsApp was extremely transparent about the changes.


BusinessToday.In
February 4, 2021
It is an invite-only app where a current Clubhouse user can send you an invite. However, each user can only send two invites


PTI
January 19, 2021
Union IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said his department is working on this issue and it should be clear to any platform, be it Facebook, WhatsApp or any other social media app, that they are free to do business but at the cost of privacy of its users


BusinessToday.In
January 18, 2021
Since the new changes in the WhatsApp's privacy rules would see deeper integration of the app with Facebook, businesses want to examine the new policy carefully as they use WhatsApp frequently to transfer private data to their customers


Sonal Khetarpal
January 15, 2021
Lack of data protection bill puts India at a disadvantage and Facebook seems to be exploiting it, claim experts. They say WhatsApp has a different policy for European and non-European users


BusinessToday.In
January 14, 2021
Referring to WhatsApp's new privacy policy and the company's recent frontpage newspaper ads about user's privacy, Sharma said, \"Why does Europe get a policy and India only a newspaper advertisement?\"


Ketan Pratap
New Delhi, January 11, 2021
Phishing scams are old on popular social media networks, be it Twitter or Instagram. The hackers send a link which can help them extract the password to your account. The best thing is never to click on a suspicious link.


Ketan Pratap
New Delhi, January 11, 2021
WhatsApp last week updated its privacy policy that will go into effect from February 8. Telegram has been sharing memes on Twitter trying to convince users that it is a better platform.


BusinessToday.In
December 19, 2020
The peer-to-peer (P2P) payment feature is designed with a strong set of security and privacy principles, including entering a personal UPI PIN for each payment, the company said


Nevin John
New Delhi, June 9, 2020
How Mukesh Ambani is pivoting RIL from a petroleum company to a technology corporation


Shubham Verma
New Delhi, January 31, 2020
WhatsApp Pay started as a pilot programme in 2018 wherein a million Indian users participated. Overwhelmed by the response, Facebook is expanding the payments feature to more countries.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, November 12, 2019
Tech experts suggest WhatsApp's version 2.19.308 seems to be particularly responsible for the battery issues; OnePlus and Samsung devices are the most affected ones due to this WhatsApp feature


BusinessToday.In
October 3, 2019
WhatsApp features: The chat app users can set the time of expiry for the messages sent in group chats from the Group Settings menu


BusinessToday.In
September 27, 2019
WhatsApp has informed via its FAQ page that all Android phones running on Android 2.3.7 operating system and iPhones running on iOS 7 will not support WhatsApp from February 1, 2020, onwards


BusinessToday.In
August 14, 2019
This new feature not only adds an extra layer of security for the users of the world's most popular messaging app but will also make the popular third party locking apps redundant


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, April 15, 2019
Forget written text and emojis; audio-based social networks may soon become mainstream.


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