- January 19, 2021, 3:11 PM IST
The ministry asked WhatsApp to withdraw the proposed changes and reconsider its approach to information privacy, freedom of selection and data security. The letter said that Indians should be respected properly, and any unilateral change in WhatsApp’s service, privacy terms is not fair and acceptable.
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First WhatsApp released the blog, tweeted and this is the first time this past week that WhatsApp itself has given its status and clarified. WhatsApp has given clarification on things like calling, private message, location and contact. WhatsApp said that they are committed to the privacy of users. It also said that it does not keep a record of people’s personal chats. He does not listen to the user’s words, because they are encrypted end-to-end.