Scam the Supreme Court’s WhatsApp – write it down and don’t share user data with a third party

The Supreme Court has condemned Instant Messaging App amid controversy over WhatsApp’s new privacy policy. The Supreme Court has asked WhatsApp to provide in writing that user data is not shared with any third party. The court has issued a notice to Facebook, the central government and WhatsApp, postponing the hearing to four weeks.

A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said, “People are very concerned about their privacy.

Explain that the court granted this decision in relation to the 2016 WhatsApp policy. Karnama Singh Sarin filed a petition in the Supreme Court in 2016 against WhatsApp’s privacy policy. According to the application, users’ data on instant messaging apps have been shared with Facebook ever since Facebook bought WhatsApp. The matter is pending in the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court.

Petitioner’s lawyer Shyam Diwan told the court that WhatsApp discriminates against Indian users as compared to European users. At the same time, senior lawyer Kapil Sibal, who is appealing in court on WhatsApp, said he was not sharing any sensitive personal information with third parties. He said the matter is still pending in the Delhi High Court.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who appeared in court on behalf of the Center, told the Supreme Court: ‘The law of privacy is a fundamental right of privacy. WhatsApp must protect the right to privacy. They should not share data.

Explain that under the new WhatsApp policy, users can accept it or they will have to stop using the app. Users do not have the option to use the app, and the Facebook-owned company decides not to share the data with third parties.