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Nov 08, 2019
WhatsApp allegedly banning users belonging to groups with malicious names: ReportWhatsApp's heavy-handed approach to these bans is creating trouble for some users.
Mar 07, 2019
WhatsApp to ban users on unofficial apps: Here’s how to switch to the official appWhatsApp’s latest FAQ’s update helps users migrate their date from unsupported third-party apps.
Jun 30, 2016
Supreme Court dismisses PIL against WhatsApp, but the fight for encryption is yet to beginRTI activist Sudhir Yadav filed a public interest litigation seeking a ban of WhatsApp, on the grounds that its end-to-end encryption violates Indian interception laws, and makes it a safe haven for terrorists to communicate. The Supreme Court dismissed this petition on Wednesday.
May 04, 2016
Brazilian judge strikes down court ruling to ban WhatsApp; service resumes day after shut downA Brazilian judge struck down an earlier court ruling to suspend messaging service WhatsApp in Latin America's biggest country for 72 hours, reactivating it on Tuesday, the day after it was shut down.
Dec 18, 2015
WhatsApp back online after Brazil Court lifts ban temporarilyA Brazilian judge on Thursday ordered the lifting of a 48-hour suspension of the services in Brazil of Facebook Inc's WhatsApp phone-messaging application, overturning an order from a lower court.
Jul 10, 2015
It isn't just about banning WhatsApp, a new UK bill could challenge user privacyYes, the newest reports have been pointing at something similar for WhatsApp user in the UK, but that is least of our worries right now.
Jan 22, 2015
WhatsApp bans users of third-party apps such as WhatsApp PlusWhatsApp is not happy about the fact that people are using third-party clients such as WhatsApp Plus and it has started instituting 24-hour bans on users.
Jun 13, 2013
WhatsApp faces ban in Saudi ArabiaEven as WhatsApp has hit a new record with 27 billion messages processed in a single day, the cross-platform messaging service is facing a ban in Saudi Arabia