WhatsApp does not record any call,reamours are spread in social media, Fact Check about WhatsApp New Privacy Policy


WhatsApp new privacy policy,Fact Check about the reoumer
WhatsApp new privacy policy,Fact Check about the reoumer


InJanuary 2021, WhatsApp announced in its Privacy Policy that they would use users’ data for Facebook.  WhatsApp also questioned the recent proposed changes to the terms and conditions of its privacy to a parliamentary panel on information technology.


  Allowing signals as an alternative to WhatsApp is said to require users to share their data on Facebook and Instagram as part of the new privacy terms.  WhatsApp’s introduction of the new privacy policy has been postponed from its first launch from February 8th to May.


  But, in the midst of so much, misleading and untrue information about WhatsApp is being spread on social media platforms.

  How rumors are circulating on social media, such as “New communication rules (voice and video calls) for WhatsApp and WhatsApp calls will be implemented from tomorrow: all calls will be recorded, all call recordings will be saved. WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and  All social media will be monitored. “

  The post further states that the government will now monitor users’ WhatsApp chats.


We want to address some rumors and be 100% clear we continue to protect your private messages with end-to-end encryption. pic.twitter.com/6qDnzQ98MP

— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) January 12, 2021

 Though please note that Whatsapp does collect a substantial amount of user data (metadata).

 Previously other false claims related to Whatsapp’s new privacy terms and conditions.


Do not fall for such #Whatsapp messages being circulated.

No such thing is being done by the Government.

However, everyone is advised to not share any false news/misinformation concerning #CoronavirusInIndia

For authentic information follow @MoHFW_INDIA and @pib_India pic.twitter.com/XBErXb1CSP

— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) March 24, 2020


 The claim beginning with “The New Communication Rules for Whatsapp” is false.  Whatsapp does not record users calls nor has it introduced a new ticks system which indicates government surveillance.

   Press Information Bureau Fact Check Report

#Fake News Alert !

Messages circulating on Social Media reading ‘WhatsApp info regarding √ tick marks’ is #FAKE.#PIBFactCheck : No! The Government is doing no such thing. The message is #FAKE.

Beware of rumours! pic.twitter.com/GAGEnbOLdY

— PIB Fact Check (@PIBFactCheck) April 7, 2020

 Result: False

 Our Sources

 WhatsApp: https://faq.whatsapp.com/general/security-and-privacy/answering-your-questions-about-whatsapps-privacy-policy

 Press Information Bureau Fact-check:

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