Delhi Police look at WhatsApp’s explanation in the PIL file against the new WhatsApp privacy policy

Delhi Police look at WhatsApp’s explanation in the PIL file against the new WhatsApp privacy policy

On 3rd February, Nation’s Delhi Police gave a notification to the Indian Govt and the cross-platform centralized messaging service WhatsApp regarding a Public Interest Litigation complaint case against the American Company WhatsApp over its disputable new privacy policy.

Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Dhirubhai Naranbhai Patel and Judge Jyoti Singh gave notice to the Ministry of E & IT and WhatsApp looking for their remains on the appeal by March month.

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The Interest Litigation complaint case by an attorney, saying that the new privacy policy strategy of WhatsApp states that it is illicit and abuses the privilege of privacy and safety of people.

In his appeal, the Advocate at High Court of Delhi Chaitanya Rohilla asserted that the new standards, which are required for the peoples to acknowledge by the 8th Feb, likewise risks the public privacy of the country by sharing to other companies, communicating, and putting the data of peoples’ information in some other country. The solicitor claimed WhatsApp is coordinating individuals into Facebook so WhatsApp, and Instagram all become part of one bundle.

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During a past hearing of the complaint, Honorable Mr. Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva had commented that WhatsApp is an American private organization and an individual can quit it and use some other application if there were worries about privacy & safety, and sharing of data.

Advocate Mukul Rohatgi, addressing WhatsApp, disproved the claims of sharing of information and breach of data & privacy and told the Delhi court that it has conceded the new privacy policy strategy till next two months.

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