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Jun 21, 2022
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Sister apps in 2009 jan kuom, a ukrainian emigrated to the united states, founded with brian acton, a co-worker of yahoo! An instant b2c email list application called whatsapp due to its similarities with the english expression what's up? Which means something like "what's up?". Its advantages were obvious: it connected directly to the phone book, which avoided having to add the contacts by hand, and it was also free. Considering that at that time the phone companies knew us to send sms messages, it quickly became the best alternative to instant messaging. It appeared first on blackberry, then on iphone, and finally on android. We all download this app. It became so popular that by 2013 the app b2c email list had 400 million users. And at that moment came facebook and its 19,000 million dollars: in 2014 its very famous acquisition was consummated. However, it was not until three years later that brian acton decided to leave facebook, presumably due to discrepancies regarding the b2c email list of the application and the company's intention to merge user data with facebook. A few months later, in 2018, he decided to found a new company. Indeed, dear watson: that company is signal. Whatsapp b2c email list shares data with facebook since 2016 but let's get back to the present. The first thing to point out is that b2c email list has actually been sharing data with facebook since 2016. In fact, anyone can find out if they accepted these terms at the time or not. You just have to go to the menu settings > account > request information from my account. In three days you will be able to download a report. If you look for “terms of b2c email list 2016” you will be able to see if you accepted or not to share your data. Request the report of your account information on whatsapp the eu to the rescue oh mother, it seems that i accepted! Well, you don't have to be scared either because in reality if you are a european citizen or if you are in the eu, the gdpr law explicitly prohibits sharing data between both companies. So let's say that all this affects only the territory outside the eu. In fact, whatsapp directly published this message clarifying that neither the eu nor the uk affects this new b2c email list in the conditions of service . “there are no changes to whatsapp's data sharing practices in the european region (including the uk) arising from the updated terms of service and privacy policy.
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