Users should take a close look at these and then decide whether they want to use WhatsApp or prefer an alternative. Because although WhatsApp continues to offer encrypted messages and various data protection aspects – especially in the EU – criticism of Facebook’s possible messenger monopoly is legitimate. Turkey has meanwhile even launched an official investigation against WhatsApp, which is supposed to check data sharing with Facebook. Reuters reportsthat the communications office of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the country’s Ministry of Defense are migrating their WhatsApp chats to another provider. A government statement reads:
The Competition Board has opened an investigation into Facebook and WhatsApp and suspended the requirement to share Whatsapp data.
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