Facebook users have been encouraged to boycott Facebook and its associated apps messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram for 24 hours.
They have also said that to provide the payment options we have to provide with all the mobile numbers and registration of information and Numbers division also.
Recently, it has been told by a company representative, “WhatsApp collects very little data and every message is end to end encrypted”.
Facebook has admitted that it may have “improperly shared” the personal data of up to 2.7 million people in the European Union.
It can also be addressed through the virtual payments address and the sender’s UPI pin and the amount number.
WhatsApp payment service is for selected WhatsApp Beta users on iOS and Android.
Some Facebook users started seeing a post monday by the social media site that read, “See how you are effected”. At the moment, the app is not available for iOS users but is expected to arrive soon. This shocking announcement by WhatsApp comes at a perilous time when Facebook is already facing a heavy backlash from users regarding their security and protection of private data.
Facebook is known to use customer data for its marketing purposes.
By being able to track how much money you are spending, how often and where it can be used to create even more detailed profiles of the sort that allegedly impacted the U.S. Election that affected most of Facebook’s 2 billion users.
WhatsApp was responding to concerns by experts that the popular instant messaging services with over 200 million active users in India might not be as secured as claimed.