WhatsApp now faces a Supreme Court notice, which seeks answers for the company’s alleged non-uniform handling of user data and privacy – specifically in India and Europe. Judging on a petition that alleges that WhatsApp’s handling of user data and privacy is biased and preferential in Europe, and lagging of the security aspect in India, the Supreme Court reprimanded WhatsApp for not considering user data privacy with utmost importance. The apex court of India, through its bench headed by Chief Justice S.A. Bobde, has given the Facebook-owned company four weeks to respond to its notice.
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