WhatsApp New Policy, Turkey Made its Personal App

WhatsApp New Policy, Turkey Made its Personal App

Due to a fluctuation in the privacy policy of the democratic interpersonal and messaging mobile technology  WhatsApp, Turkey has improved its own mobile messaging app.

Turkish mobile system corporation Turkish Cell has present a messaging app called BiP.

The majority of consumers of the app in Turkey in a single day is 1.1 million, while its subscribers worldwide have overgrown 53 million.

Note that according to WhatsApp’s new privacy policy, when consumers lean on third-party employment or other Facebook corporation inventory coupled to them, the third party may receive information that you or others share with them.

WhatsApp says it is also acquiring mobile formatting under the new policy, including battery level, app version, mobile number, mobile operator, and other information including IP address.

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