Popping news for WhatsApp users will crack your mind for a while. Official announcement from social giant is going viral in wires of technology, as popular messaging service WhatsApp to Share User Data with biggest social networking site Facebook.
WhatsApp to Share User Data With Facebook Soon
In fact WhatsApp revealed a purpose behind this change, to help users and to make social experience better for people around to encounter a smooth connectivity. But logically connectivity of these two big platforms together will track your contact list and help Facebook to get better business ads.
Still, after the official announcement on 25 August 2016, by WhatsApp there are 30 days to think over this before ensuring a stamp over it. They will still decide in the given period of time whether to go with this policy of sharing billions of user data with another social platform on the internet.
User’s private and personal data, even messages with personal information are going to be used in business strategy for ads. Moreover WhatsApp still ensures that “belief in the value of private communications is unshakeable, and we remain committed to giving you the fastest, simplest, and most reliable experience”.
Hindrance In Privacy By Facebook?
Official representative by WhatsApp said, “We want to explore ways for you to communicate with businesses that matter to you too, while still giving you an experience without third-party banner ads and spam. Both Facebook and WhatsApp profile will remain same, they will not get merged together, but will explore the connectivity with people in an interactive way.
The company insists that all other service providers like Messenger Chat and Instagram, will not be able to retrieve users personal information and data, but all services under Facebook will gain access to WhatsApp as suggested contacts in Friend Add option.
This is all how technology is allowing you to explore and expand your business while socializing over the internet, but this new idea of hand to hand connectivity is an encryption in user’s privacy.