African users won’t dump WhatsApp even with a Facebook privacy fear

WhatsApp may have postponed its plans to share its commercial user data with parent company Facebook due to the global outcry over privacy, but even if it continues plans, digital watchers say it is unlikely there will ever be an exodus from the app in Africa becomes. On January 4th, WhatsApp's 2 billion users received a message accepting the message terms for an updated privacy policy. However, unlike standard updates, which users often click without reading them, they immediately sparked suspicions and concerns that quickly became global. It was about enabling WhatsApp to share user data with Facebook, Instagram and other third-party companies.
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