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WhatsApp’s new updated policy may impinge your privacy  

Instant message servicing app WhatsApp

On Tuesday instant messaging giant WhatsApp updated its privacy policy, which incidentally didn’t go down with its users. WhatsApp was one of the trending topics on Twitter in India and other countries as users raised privacy concerns due to its new updated privacy policies. WhatsApp informed its users on Tuesday that how it processes the user data and how businesses can use Facebook hosted services to store and manage their WhatsApp chats. Ever since Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014, concerns have been raised over how long WhatsApp will remain immune to Facebook’s aggressive monetization strategy.


Trump signs Executive Order Blocking Transaction with Alipay & seven other Chinese apps

Serving a fresh blow to Chinese tech companies, America’s president Donald Trump has signed executive orders that will prohibit American citizens and companies in conducting transaction with 8 Chinese apps. These Chinese apps include Alipay, CamScanner, QQ Wallet, SHAREit, Tencent QQ, VMate, WECHAT Pay and WPS Office. In all probability, this executive order means that these apps will be banned. Last year, Trump had sought to ban TikTok but a US court prevented the blocking of TikTok.


Slack starts 2021 with a global outage        

Slack started 2021 on a very bad note after its services were hit by a global outage on Monday. Since Monday morning scores of Slack users were unable to send or receive messages among plethora of problems caused by global outage. This outage has happened barely a month after Slack was acquired by SalesForce for $27.7 Bn.


Amazon all set to buy Boeing Planes for its air cargo operations

E-commerce giant Amazon Inc. is all set to buy 11 used Boeign 767-300 planes. This is the first time that the online retail giant won’t be renting but buying airplanes for its air cargo operations. In a quest to improve its fast delivery and customer service, over the years Amazon has been steadily expanding its air cargo operations.



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