New Delhi: If implement some of the rules proposed by the government to the social media companies doing business in India, then it will be threatened in India on the existence of the present form of WhatsApp. A top executive of the company gave this information on Wednesday. The news agency has reported this news agency. In India, WhatsApp has 20 million monthly users and it is the world’s largest market for the company. The company has a total of 1.5 billion users worldwide. Apart from a media workshop, Communication Head of WhatsApp, Karl Wooge said, “Out of the proposed rules, which is the most concern, it is to emphasize the detection of the messages.”
Facebook-owned WhatsApp offers end-to-end encryption, which means that only the sender and receiver can read the message and even if WhatsApp wants it, do not read the sent messages. Could. Vogue says that without this feature, WhatsApp will become a brand new product.
Wug has served in America as a spokesman for Barack Obama’s presidential tenure. He said, “The proposed changes which are going to be implemented are not in line with the strong privacy protection, which people around the world want.” They said, “We provide end-to-end encryption, but under the new rules, we will need to fabricate our product again.” He further said that in such a situation the messaging service will not be present in its current form.
Wong, after rejecting the possibility of exiting the Indian market after the new rules were implemented, said to IANS, “There will be no help from estimating what will happen next.” The process is already there. ”
The end-to-end encryption feature is difficult for law enforcement agencies to reach out to rumors of rumors. But for the social media platforms, a proper procedure has to be followed to prevent them from misuse of their services and the spread of violence under the rules proposed by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.