WhatsApp fined Rs 1947 crore, company fined Rs 1947 crore for keeping users in the dark
- Penalty for instant messaging platform WhatsApp
- Violation of EU data privacy regulations
- A fine of about Rs 1947 crore was imposed
New Delhi. WhatsApp, owned by social media website Facebook, has once again come under the spotlight. The company has been fined $ 225 million or about Rs 1947 crore. WhatsApp is said to have violated EU data privacy rules. The company has been fined for not complying with data privacy rules.
The Ireland Data Protection Commission (DPC) on Thursday announced its decision on the matter, which was 89 pages long. In it, he said that WhatsApp has deceived EU users and used their data. Users have a right to know how their data is used. But WhatsApp users were kept in the dark and the company continued to use their personal data. The company should explain how it uses user data.
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WhatsApp will appeal:
A WhatsApp spokesman said the company would appeal against the fines imposed on them. The company takes full care of users’ data and their privacy. It is constantly working to secure users’ data and accounts. The fines imposed on the company are wrong and they are unhappy.
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