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Signal and Telegram phenomenal rise made WhatsApp to rethink its Privacy update

Under fire over its recent privacy policy update, Facebook-owned messenger app WhatsApp on Friday announced that it has postponed its planned privacy update, which will give users more time to review the policy and accept the terms of the app.   The decision to postpone the privacy update has been taken due to “misinformation causing Read More…

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Messenger war hots up .. Whatsapp vomits worms of lies : Tech Experts

A few days after rolling out their new privacy policy for WhatApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service put out full-page ads in leading English dailies such as the Hindu, Indian Express, The Telegraph, Deccan Herald and the Times of India titled “WhatsApp respects and protects your privacy”.   WhatsApp metadata means information on which numbers were Read More…

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Henceforth More data sharing within WhatsApp Instagram Messenger and Facebook

To recall, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in October said that the company is working hard to merge Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp so that they can start to function a little bit more like one connected interoperable system.   In a bid to allow cross-messaging among its family of apps, Facebook has reportedly started merging Instagram Read More…

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Whatsapp Pay method to install and send payment Explained

Using whatsapp app sending money through WhatsApp will be as easy as sending messages to any person in contact claim its creators    To make this feature available in India, the Facebook backed messenger company closely worked with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and uses the most popular (in India) Unified Payment Interface Read More…

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With 2 Crores limited accounts to start WhatsApp Pay soon to emerge as giant

Almost three years after being launched in a beta testing stage, NPCI has finally allowed WhatsApp to start payments with an initial limit of 20 million users.   The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), India’s flagship payments processor that operates the Unified Payments Infrastructure, on November 5 allowed WhatsApp   Payments to go live Read More…