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WhatsApp gained the most monthly active users in India in

WhatsApp gained the most monthly active users in India in 2020: App Annie

WhatsApp became the top app of 2020 in India with the most monthly active users, according to App Annie, a mobile analytics company. That could change in 2021 as users move away from WhatsApp for pri...

Signal on India’s Brian Acton focuses on questions about WhatsApp

Signal on India’s Brian Acton focuses on questions about WhatsApp

Signal's meteoric rise is a direct result of a larger discussion about online privacy or its apparent disregard. This time around, it's powered by a WhatsApp policy update - one of the controversial ...

Turkey is examining how Facebook collects WhatsApp user data

Turkey is examining how Facebook collects WhatsApp user data

The Turkish competition panel said Monday it had launched an investigation against WhatsApp and its owner Facebook after the messaging app asked users to consent to Facebook collecting user data inclu...

Signal FAQ: What is Signal and why are people leaving

Signal FAQ: What is Signal and why are people leaving WhatsApp?

Signal has emerged as one of the top alternatives to WhatsApp lately. WhatsApp's updated privacy policy is causing outrage on the internet. Lots of people have stated their intention to delete What...

Fed up with WhatsApp, users switch to Signal and Telegram

Fed up with WhatsApp, users switch to Signal and Telegram

Signal saw a significant surge in new signups after Elon Musk's tweet advised its followers to use the privacy-focused app amid concerns about WhatsApp's new privacy policy to share user data with Fac...

What user data do different messaging apps collect?

What user data do different messaging apps collect?

WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger collect a huge amount of user information and data compared to other popular messaging apps including Signal and Telegram. Both of Facebook's apps collect usage data a...

Conservative Social Media Platform Parler Receives Mercer Support: Report

Conservative Social Media Platform Parler Receives Mercer Support: Report

The Parler social media platform, which calls itself "free speech," is funded by hedge fund investor Robert Mercer and his daughter and conservative activist Rebekah, the Wall Street Journal reported ...