In a quick turn-around, WhatsApp claims that user concerns are based on misinformation while failing to address its past history of sharing data with Facebook
The bug automatically suggested that users make new posts public, even if they had previously restricted posts to "friends only" or another private setting.
The social media site said it found no sign that passwords were stolen or misused by insiders, but still urged users to consider changing their passwords as a precaution.
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