Microsoft Is Urging Users To Switch To Skype

WhatsApp’s privacy policy was recently updated, and users were told that their data would be shared with Facebook and other organizations. While people will opt out for the time being, after February 8 this will become a mandatory requirement to accept.
This new Policy update received a lot of backlash from users all over the world. The move backfired for the Facebook-owned chat app, as rival instant messaging apps Signal and Telegram saw significant growth in downloads.
Microsoft poked fun at WhatsApp on Skype’s official Twitter account, saying that the video calling platform respects users’ privacy and is committed to not sharing their personal information with third parties.


Click here to take you to Microsoft’s Privacy Statement Page. This page explains what kind of personal data does the company collect and how they use it. For those interested in migrating to Skype due to WhatsApp’s new privacy policy, can check Microsoft’s Privacy Statement Page for more information.
Users have begun looking at other encrypted messenger options such as Signal and Telegram as a result of the recent update to WhatsApp’s privacy policies.
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