WhatsApp just introduced several important privacy features including online status blocking that it showed in beta last month..
WhatsApp now makes that possible. This morning, WhatsApp announced that it would be adding several new privacy features to offer users more control and privacy protection. The first major update is...
The messaging platform announced on August 9 it has added three new layers of protection that will enable users more privacy in their conversations.
While there are ways for consumers to encrypt their data, digital rights advocates say more needs to be done to protect users' privacy in a post-Roe world.
WhatsApp will not let you take screenshots of 'view once' images, let you leave a group char silently and hide your online status.
WhatsApp is rolling out new privacy features like a screenshot-blocking tool and allowing users to leave group chats to boost user security. Read more on TAG24.
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