WhatsApp’s decision to share user data with Facebook drew reactions from users. Wanting to turn the crisis into an opportunity, Microsoft invited everyone to use Skype.

After WhatsApp updated its privacy policy, users started migrating to other messaging services. Wanting to turn the crisis into an opportunity, Microsoft immediately took action.

Skype team posted a message to Facebook via their Twitter account, stating that they care about privacy and do not sell users’ personal data to third parties.

Link to the Privacy Statement
A link to the privacy statement page, which clearly states which user data Microsoft collects and uses for what purposes has also been added to the said share.

According to the updated WhatsApp privacy policy, users will need to allow their personal data to be shared with Facebook in order to continue using the messaging service. Note that the new terms of service will take effect on February 8.

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