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The spokesperson added that WhatsApp will always protect personal messages with end-to-end encryption, so that neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can see them.

Working on addressing misinformation on user policy update, available to answer any question: WhatsApp

The microblogging site said that all users can continue to like and retweet posts, but cannot reply if they have been excluded by the author.

Twitter says it locked account of China's U.S. embassy over Xinjiang-related tweet

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Earlier this week, WhatsApp had started rolling out in-app notifications to users about an update in its Terms of Service and privacy policy regarding how it processes user data and partners with Facebook to offer integrations across the social media giant's products.

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