1.I believe WhatsApp/Facebook has been pretty transparent about the Data
they will be collecting as seen, so what exactly are we collating?
2. Personally I called their bluff on the February deletion and shall
continue to do the same. I will not be accepting the new terms regardless
of my location at the time their policy comes into force.
Joy Wathagi Ndungu
LIPIT- Master\’s Student
Albrecht Thaer Weg 10A, 37075, Goettingen
Joy Wathagi Ndungu
Albrecht Thaer Weg 10A, 37075, GÃ¶ttingen
Mwara Gichanga via kictanet <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb am Mi.,
24. Feb. 2021, 05:40:
> Dear listers,
> Thanks to those who managed to contribute to the discussions yesterday. We
> are still collating our questions to Facebook regarding this subject. Today
> let\’s talk about what\’s at stake with the new terms. To guide our
> discussions, let\’s ponder over these questions:
> 1. We already have applications that mine our instant generated data from
> our mobile phones(eg bible apps, mobile lending apps, games etc). What\’s
> different with Whatsapp getting this data?
> 2. Is there anyone who has accepted these terms already? What\’s your
> experience so far?
> Lets continue the conversation!
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