Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP
Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP
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Amid worldwide concerns over WhatsApp’s new privacy terms, there’s one question facing users: to switch, or not to switch?

  • The Post walks you through the exodus of users fleeing the Facebook-owned platform – and whether you should consider making the switch yourself
  • Experts say that while worries over the new data-sharing arrangement may be overblown, there are legitimate privacy concerns surrounding WhatsApp

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Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP
Newspapers with front page advertisements reassuring users of WhatsApp’s privacy protections are displayed in India on Wednesday. Photo: AFP
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