WhatsApp is the target of complaints in the EU after changes in privacy policy

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In January, WhatsApp introduced a privacy policy that allows it to share some data with Facebook and other group companies

O WhatsApp suffered a flurry of complaints this Monday from European Consumer Organization and other entities regarding the update of its policy of privacy, which generated criticism around the world and led some users to migrate to applications rivals, like Telegram and Signal.

In January, WhatsApp introduced a privacy policy that allows you to share some data with the Facebook and other group companies. The company said the changes would allow users to send messages to companies and would not affect personal conversations.

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palheta smll WhatsApp is the target of complaints in the EU after changes in privacy policy

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