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  2. WhatsApp - Wikipedia

    WhatsApp (officially WhatsApp Messenger) is an instant messaging (IM) and voice-over-IP (VoIP) service owned by technology conglomerate Meta. It allows users to send text, voice messages and video messages, make voice and video calls, and share images, documents, user locations, and other content.

  3. Timeline of WhatsApp - Wikipedia

    The following is a timeline of WhatsApp, a proprietary cross-platform, encrypted, instant messaging client for smartphones. [1] Year. Month and date. Event type. Details. 2009. February 24. Company.

  4. Reception and criticism of WhatsApp security and privacy ...

    In January 2021, WhatsApp announced an update to its Privacy Policy which states that WhatsApp would collect the metadata of users and share it with Facebook and its "family of companies" starting in February 2021.

  5. Meta's WhatsApp down for thousands, Downdetector shows - AOL

    (Reuters) -Meta Platforms-owned WhatsApp was down for thousands of users on Wednesday, even as the smartphone messaging app resumed service for some people, according to outage tracking website...

  6. China orders Apple to remove WhatsApp, Threads, other apps in ...

    Apple has reportedly removed messaging apps including WhatsApp and Telgram from its iPhone store for users in China, following orders from the Chinese government.

  7. WhatsApp could soon show you who is online now to ... - AOL

    WhatsApp could soon allow people to see which of their friends are online, to try and encourage them to chat. The feature will show a list of people who have been “recently online”, according ...

  8. Brian Acton - Wikipedia

    Acton left WhatsApp in September 2017 to start a new foundation, the Signal Foundation, which is dedicated to helping people have access to private communication through an encrypted messaging app. Signal is widely used by journalists and human rights activists.

  9. Apple pulls WhatsApp, Threads from China app store after ...

    (Reuters) -Apple said on Friday it had removed Meta Platforms' WhatsApp and Threads from its App Store in China after being ordered to do so by the Chinese government, which cited national ...

  10. WhatsApp snooping scandal - Wikipedia

    The snooping scandal came out after WhatsApp filed a case in California's Northern District federal court against the NSO group, alleging the NSO group had developed the software used to infect 1,400 target devices with malware.

  11. Instant messaging - Wikipedia

    Instant messaging applications can store messages with either local-based device storage (e.g. WhatsApp, Viber, Line, WeChat, Signal etc.) or cloud-based server storage (e.g. Telegram, Skype, Facebook Messenger, Google Meet/Chat, Discord, Slack etc.).