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Telegram Share Meme in the new WhatsApp privacy policy

Telegram Share Meme in the new WhatsApp privacy policy

Navi Delhi: The social messaging app WhatsApp is currently discussing its new privacy policy. Recently, WhatsApp asked its users to approve a new privacy policy or leave WhatsApp, after which its users have reacted differently to this decision. After the announcement of the new privacy policy, the social messaging application Telegram has trolled WhatsApp in a fun way.

Telegram had previously mocked WhatsApp by sharing two Spider-Man memes. Now Telegram has mocked WhatsApp with another meme. The Telegram shared a GIF of that viral video from Ghana on its Twitter account, which shows four people dancing with coffins. In it, Telegram has changed the text of the WhatsApp privacy policy instead of a coffin. In present-day Ghana there is a group of polybears, who perform at funerals.

Telegram tweeted this on January 10 and has received more than 283,000 likes and retweeted 87,000 times so far. Not only that, but some 8,000 people have also responded to this tweet.

In particular, the telegram also gave a special response to those who have adopted WhatsApp’s new privacy policy. The user has shown the status of the people who have accepted the policy through meme. In a user’s tweet, Telegram suggested an option to uninstall WhatsApp and said that this is the cure for the disease. Telegram has given a special response to the user’s criticism about this tweet.

WhatsApp explanation

WhatsApp’s new privacy policy will go into effect on February 8 next month. But WhatsApp has also given an explanation to the opposition of users. WhatsApp has clarified that neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can read users’ private messages or WhatsApp cannot listen to their calls with their friends and family. Everything you share will stay with you. Because your private messages are protected by end-to-end encryption. We will not allow this security to be compromised.

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