WhatsApp in its tweet featured focuses on private messages, group chats, contacts, calls, and data. It said neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can get to your private messages or hear your calls. WhatsApp also said it does not keep a track on your calls, and does not share your contacts with Facebook. It also highlighted that your shared location remains hidden, and so does group chats.
WhatsApp also pointed out that you can set your messages to disappear, and you can also download your data. WhatsApp late last year introduced this feature that self-destructs messages after seven days. WhatsApp also has this option for users to download their data.
It would seem that users are still not convinced of WhatsApp’s rehashed explanations dependent on the answers to its most recent tweet. WhatsApp users have also been flocking to privacy-focused applications, Signal and Telegram. Both applications have become the top free applications in India, and more nations.