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*** BILDplus Inhalt *** Sechs Anzeichen – So sehen Sie, wer Sie bei WhatsApp blockiert hat

Sie wollen unbedingt mit einer Person bei WhatsApp in Verbindung treten, schreiben Nachrichten, aber es kommt einfach keine Reaktion? Dann wurden Sie vielleicht blockiert! Der Messenger zeigt so was nicht direkt an. Es gibt aber eine Reihe von Indizien, mit denen Sie überprüfen können, ob Sie beim Empfänger auf der schwarzen Liste stehen.▶︎ BILD nennt die sechs Anzeichen, mit denen Sie sehen, ob Sie bei WhatsApp blockiert wurden!

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This tool tells you if NSO’s Pegasus spyware targeted your phone

Over the weekend, an international consortium of news outlets reported that several authoritarian governments — including Mexico, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates — used spyware developed by NSO Group to hack into the phones of thousands of their most vocal critics, including journalists, activists, politicians and business executives.
A leaked list of 50,000 phone numbers of potential surveillance targets was obtained by Paris-based journalism nonprofit Forbidden Stories and Amnesty International and shared with the reporting consortium, including The Washington Post and The Guardian. Researchers analyzed the phones of dozens of victims to confirm they were targeted by the NSO’s Pegasus spyware, …

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Ireland must ‘swiftly’ investigate legality of Facebook-WhatsApp data sharing, says EDPB

Facebook’s lead regulator in the European Union must “swiftly” investigate the legality of data sharing related to a controversial WhatsApp policy update, following an order by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB).
We’ve reached out to the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) for a response. (Update: See below for their statement.)
Updated terms had been set to be imposed upon users of the Facebook-owned messaging app early this year — but in January Facebook delayed the WhatsApp terms update until May after a major privacy backlash and ongoing confusion over the details of its user data processing.
Despite WhatsApp …

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WhatsApp is doing fine despite months-long backlash over policy update

It’s safe to say WhatsApp didn’t have the ideal start to 2021. Less than a week into the new year, the Facebook-owned instant messaging app had already annoyed hundreds of thousands of users with its scary worded notification about a planned policy update. The backlash grew fast and millions of people, including several high-profile figures, started to explore rival apps Signal and Telegram.
Even governments, including India’s — WhatsApp’s biggest market by users — expressed concerns. (In the case of India, also an antitrust probe.) The backlash prompted WhatsApp to offer a series of clarifications and assurances to users, …

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*** BILDplus Inhalt *** Zustimmen oder rausfliegen – Was die neue Einblendung bei WhatsApp bedeutet



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Zustimmen oder rausfliegen: Was die neue Einblendung bei WhatsApp bedeutet

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30.03.2021 – 11:31 Uhr

Die Aktualisierung der WhatsApp-Nutzungsbedingungen geht in die nächste Runde: Bereits Anfang des Jahres sollten die Nutzer den neuen Bedingungen zustimmen, nach massiver Kritik verschob Mutterkonzern Facebook die Aktualisierung auf Mai. Jetzt gibt es …

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WhatsApp details what will happen to users who don’t agree to privacy changes

WhatsApp said earlier this week that it will allow users to review its planned privacy update at “their own pace” and will display a banner to better explain the changes in its terms. But what happens to its users who do not accept the terms by the May 15 deadline?
In an email to one of its merchant partners, reviewed by TechCrunch, Facebook-owned WhatsApp said it will “slowly ask” such users to comply with the new terms “in order to have full functionality of WhatsApp” starting May 15.
If they still don’t accept the terms, “for a short time, these users …

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Datenschutz: Clubhouse sammelt die Daten der anderen

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Alle sprechen über Clubhouse, viele sprechen auch in der App. Doch worüber viel zu wenig gesprochen wird: Warum ist das Datensammeln dieser App eigentlich so schlimm und wie unterscheidet es sich etwa von den Informationen, die …

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Daily Crunch: WhatsApp responds to privacy backlash

WhatsApp delays enforcement of a controversial privacy change, Apple may get rid of the Touch Bar in future MacBooks and Bumble files to go public. This is your Daily Crunch for January 15, 2021.
The big story: WhatsApp responds to privacy backlash
Earlier this month, WhatsApp sent users a notification asking them to consent to sharing some of their personal data — such as phone number and location — with Facebook (which owns WhatsApp). The alert also said users would have to agree to the terms by February 8 if they wanted to continue using the app.
This change prompted legal threats and an investigation …

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Signal’s Brian Acton talks about exploding growth, monetization and WhatsApp data-sharing outrage

Brian Acton is crossing paths again with Facebook. Over more than a decade of building and operating WhatsApp, the company’s co-founder first competed against and then sold his instant messaging app to the social juggernaut. Only a few years ago he parted ways with the company that made him a billionaire in a bitter split over messaging and privacy.
Now Acton says the ongoing outrage over what Facebook has done to the messaging service he helped build is driving people to his latest project — Signal. Acton, who serves as the executive chairman of the privacy-conscious messaging app’s holding …

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