Elon Musk tweets ‘Use signal’ following WhatsApp privacy policy change


Elon Musk tweeted “Use Signal” on Thursday shortly after WhatsApp made changes to its privacy policy that could lead to more data sharing with its parent company, Facebook. Earlier in the day, Musk also tweeted a ‘Domino Effect’ contest, pointing out that the launch of Facebook was the cause of the chaos and violence at the US Capitol in Washington. Not surprisingly, Musk has a history of public feuds with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, which is often circulated on Twitter.

Signal is a well-known privacy-focused messaging app widely used by security professionals, privacy researchers, academics, and journalists around the world. The signal protocol also supports end-to-end encryption of WhatsApp, although one important difference is that the signal is open source, but not WhatsApp.

What are applications New privacy policy Since the app has been saying for a long time that user data cannot be viewed in any way, it is causing concern from many people WhatsApp Secure and private. Before, WhatsApp also complained Apple’s App Store Privacy Labels Anti-competitive, because the same labels do not apply to Apple’s own apps.

WhatsApp’s updated Privacy Policy and Terms of Service include new sections including transaction and payment data as well as location information. Significant changes in both the updated privacy policy and the Terms of Service are based on how WhatsApp shares information. Facebook And its subsidiaries.

As mentioned above, this is not the only excavation that Musk has taken against Facebook. Earlier, he also tweeted a contest linking the launch of Facebook with the domino influence leading to violence and chaos in Washington.

Musk has a history of disagreeing with Zuckerberg on Twitter, many years ago now. For example, the two disagreed on artificial intelligence, Musk argued Needs to be carefully controlled. When Zuckerberg spoke out against the growing fear on AI, Musk Tweeted The Facebook CEO’s “limited awareness on this matter.”



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