Yesterday afternoon I spoke to Radio Thessaloniki 94.5 and the show of Dimitris Syrmatsis and Konstantinos Gialamboukis on the issue that has arisen with WhatsApp and Facebook and more generally I talked about personal data on the internet.
Through the discussion we wondered about how many users can have left from the popular messeging platform WhatsApp after the Facebook announcements and on which platforms they may have moved.
Today I read that immediately after the WhatsApp announcements, Telegram saw its users increase by 25 million within 72 hours with most coming from Asia (38%), the Europe (27%) and Latin America (21%).
WhatsApp’s competitor, Telegram, announced through its CEO that in the first week of January the service exceeded 500 cm active users. Note that last November WhatsApp was counted to have 2 billion active users the month. Logically this number will be different in the next recording.
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