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The Indian government has asked WhatsApp to review the proposed privacy policy changes

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The Indian government has asked WhatsApp to review the proposed privacy policy changes: The Indian government has asked the Delhi High Court to limit WhatsApp from executing its new security strategy and terms of administration. This data comes through a tweet posted by ANI. The public authority has likewise asked the Facebook-claimed informing stage to audit the new protection strategy that it’s wanting to execute soon, Minister of State for IT and Communications Sanjay Dhotre educated the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

WhatsApp has been seriously scrutinized for the new security strategy, in India as well as universally. WhatsApp had declared before in January that it intends to impart information to parent organization Facebook.

Following WhatsApp’s declaration, there was an immense commotion on account of protection concerns rising up out of information sharing and numerous WhatsApp clients picked other, more private informing applications like Signal and Telegram, over it.

WhatsApp attempted to settle matters by saying that private visits on the stage will remain start to finish scrambled as they generally were and Facebook will have no admittance to it. In any case, visits with business accounts on WhatsApp will have information imparted to the organizations concerned, Facebook and organizations claimed by Facebook.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has additionally offered the expression in its sworn statement recorded because of an appeal testing the new protection strategy of person to person communication stage WhatsApp, as indicated by PTI.

The petitioners, Seema Singh and Meghan Singh contended that the new security strategy shows the “crevices” in Indian information assurance and protection laws.

Under WhatsApp’s new policy, clients can either acknowledge it or leave the application. The alternative to not impart information to Facebook or other Facebook-possessed applications or outsider applications doesn’t exist.