Whats app Policy
WhatsApp employs end-to-end encryption to ensure that messages and calls remain private, preventing unauthorized access, including from WhatsApp itself.
The platform also shares data with its parent company, Facebook, to enhance the user experience, personalize content, and improve security. This has raised concerns about data sharing and user privacy.
WhatsApp does not store messages on its servers after delivery and offers features like disappearing messages to enhance user privacy.
Users have control over their data through privacy settings, allowing them to choose who can see their information and who can contact them. WhatsApp emphasizes that it doesn't sell user data to third parties.