WhatsApp privacy in India: Is it a myth? | FOMO Ep 03

Nandini Yadav October 08, 2020 18:45:39 IST

WhatsApp recently came under scrutiny when private conversations of a few celebrities were shared publicly by the media and govt agencies. This raises questions like, how safe is WhatsApp, how was privacy breached, can privacy be breached like this and how does one then keep personal data safe. In this episode of FOMO, Nandini answers just that.

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