In a previous post, there was a reference of incredibly sync, something that Facebook is attempting now. Eventually, all of Facebook’s services, including Instagram and WhatsApp, will serve as united identifiers of user information. While this will give you an exceptional synchronized experience, it’s also going to come at an expense.
What Does the Updated Policy of WhatsApp Say?
” We collect device and connection-specific details when you set up, access, or use our Solutions. This consists of info such as hardware model, operating system information, battery level, signal strength, app version, internet browser details, mobile network, connection information (including contact number, mobile operator or ISP), language and time zone, IP address, gadget operations information, and identifiers (consisting of identifiers special to Facebook Company Products connected with the exact same gadget or account).”
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The information also includes location, how you use WhatsApp, and third-party combination (like sharing a YouTube video. It even says if you backup your chats to Drive or iCloud, the backed-up chats go under Google and Apple’s privacy policies. Put simply, WhatsApp isn’t liable for how you use third-party integration.
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