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WhatsApp users in India won’t be affected, says Centre amid legal battle over privacy

WhatsApp users in India won’t be affected, says Centre amid legal battle over privacy. The institute on Wednesday clarified that the normal functioning of Whatsapp would not be affected by the steps the department of information technology proposes to take if the platform does not comply with the new rules in which the institute requires the original author of the message to be identified if necessary. The department specifically mentioned WhatsApp as it removed the Delhi High Court and challenged the Institute’s new rules, saying this violated the company’s privacy and privacy policy. The government said the last-minute challenge was a blatant blasphemy.

Here is what the government says:

Following the first founder is only the last step

The department has clarified that the clause in which WhatsApp has raised the issue is not the first step. When all other remedies appear to be ineffective, only this route will be followed in accordance with the law.

Why the knowledge of the original founder is important

The institute said that punishing a person who started committing violent crimes such as rape benefits the community. “We can’t deny how it happened in the case of headaches and riots and so on. Repeated WhatsApp messages are still being distributed and its content is already in public. So the role of who came up is very important,” the government said.

WhatsApp users in India won't be affected, says Centre amid legal battle over privacy
WhatsApp users in India won’t be affected, says Centre amid legal battle over privacy

WhatsApp needs to find a solution

The department on Wednesday said the debate on whether secrecy would be maintained was negative. WhatsApp must obtain a technical solution by encryption or otherwise in order to maintain the privacy and information required to ensure public order and national security can also be accessed by the government.

Services will not be affected

None of these measures proposed by India will affect the normal functioning of WhatsApp in any way in any way and even for ordinary users, it will not have an impact, the center said.

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