Facebook just announced it is changing one very important part of WhatsApp.
The messaging app, which was acquired by Facebook in 2014, will soon begin to share its users’ phone numbers and usage information with the social network as part of an effort to build out its own business communication platform. The change marks the first time WhatsApp is formally sharing user data with its parent company. It’s also a move that some users have been dreading since Facebook’s acquisition was first announced.
Luckily, there is a way to opt out.
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