WhatsApp said the fine was "entirely disproportionate" and that it would appeal
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Digital security and respect for privacy must be democratic
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There’s a dark side to Facebook and other social media platforms
It is absolutely necessary for the RTI Act to work as it was intended
Citizens deserve to have their privacy protected
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The desperate move to constantly put up a façade of absurd virtue remains undiminished
The work is aimed at understanding how the types of things users post on its services are changing
The latest development for messaging platform WhatsApp is a worrying one
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