This letter also catered that the Indian market has the biggest user base of the messaging app giant.
Clearly, the company wouldn’t want to loose around over 400 million users in India.
In the letter, the company has been asked to provide details of the services provided by it in India, categories of data collected and permissions and consents sought.
WhatsApp tried to cut the queries through the blog post saying,”to provide details of the services provided by it in India, categories of data collected and permissions and consents sought.”
The change in the policies landed the company into some tough challenges where the biggest challenge came when the users started looking for alternatives.
The misunderstanding kept on giving air to new rumors and ultimately the company had to postpone the update.
They further said that the company can not view the messages being exchanged with the friends or families of the users as they are end to end encrypted. The company also claims to have not crossed the privacy of its users.
It has become a big fight between the company and the users. Lets see where and how does it end !
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