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Does WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy Spell the End for Your Privacy?


On this episode of Orbital, we talk about WhatsApp’s new privateness coverage and what it means in your knowledge. Tech lawyer and authorized director of SFLC.in (Software program Freedom Legislation Middle) Mishi Choudhary joins host Pranay Parab to speak about this. We start this episode by discussing what the change in WhatsApp’s privateness coverage means for you. WhatsApp’s been sharing knowledge with Fb for a very long time, however what has modified now? Additionally, how is WhatsApp’s earlier knowledge sharing settlement with Fb completely different from what it is providing now? Mishi solutions all of those questions intimately.

Then we discuss why you need to be really wary of WhatsApp’s privacy policy changes. We point out why it is best to fear about advert firms amassing big volumes of details about your day by day lives and let you know what you are able to do to keep away from it. Subsequent, we talk about whether or not this current outrage over WhatsApp’s privateness coverage will translate right into a mass exodus or a return to established order in just a few days. That is the place we recommend wonderful alternate options to WhatsApp, which incorporates Signal — top-of-the-line privateness targeted messaging apps on the planet proper now. Lastly, we discuss what steps you may take to just remember to do not get caught on platforms which are dangerous in your privateness, and why this is essential.

That is all for this week’s episode of Orbital, which you’ll be able to subscribe to by way of Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or simply hit the play button beneath.

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