WhatsApp users are asked to choose between sharing data with Facebook or stopping using the app
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WhatsApp gives users an ultimatum: Share data with Facebook or stop using the app | Ars Technica
WhatsApp is a free messenger app acquired by Facebook for 1,640 billion yen in 2014, and as of 2021, it has more than 2 billion users.
With the 2016 revision of the Terms of Service, WhatsApp accounts will be linked to Facebook accounts, but at this point it is possible to select 'Do not link (do not share user information with Facebook)'. was.
A Facebook spokeswoman told Ars Technica that the move aims to improve the convenience of WhatsApp Business as part of the WhatsApp shopping, payment and customer service measures announced in October 2020, not necessarily WhatsApp. It doesn't require you to interact with your Business account, and explains that you can block your Business account.
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