WhatsApp is filing a lawsuit against Indian government over new privacy laws - News


WhatsApp says the new internet laws by the Indian government are unconstitutional and violate the right to the preservation of privacy.

According to WhatsApp, the controversial laws will “severely undermine” the privacy of their users.

The online privacy laws give the Indian government greater power to monitor online activity, including on encrypted apps like WhatsApp and Signal.

The laws were passed in February but were due to come into effect on Wednesday... The Guardian


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