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Whatsapp to not retain user information after deletion of account

A bench of Delhi HC questioned WhatsApp whether user information will be retained by the platform after deletion of account

Sayan Ghosal  |  New Delhi 

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal of the Delhi High Court questioned internet-based messaging service WhatsApp on Wednesday whether user information would be retained by it after deletion of account. The bench was hearing arguments on a petition filed by users of the service against changes to WhatApp’s data sharing policy. The changed policy is expected to come into force on September 25 and proposes to share user information with its parent company Facebook. Senior counsel Siddharth Luthra, representing WhatsApp, said platform would not keep user ...

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A bench of Delhi HC questioned WhatsApp whether user information will be retained by the platform after deletion of account

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal of the Delhi High Court questioned internet-based messaging service WhatsApp on Wednesday whether user information would be retained by it after deletion of account. The bench was hearing arguments on a petition filed by users of the service against changes to WhatApp’s data sharing policy. The changed policy is expected to come into force on September 25 and proposes to share user information with its parent company Facebook. Senior counsel Siddharth Luthra, representing WhatsApp, said platform would not keep user ...

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