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Users flock to rival platforms amid privacy concerns | Money Talks

One of the world's most popular messaging platforms is in crisis. Recent changes to WhatsApp's privacy rules have led to an uproar among millions of its users, who fear the encroachment of the firm's parent company, Facebook. Many are now switching to rival services that are seen as being more secure. And in scrambling to deal with the fallout, WhatsApp says there's nothing to worry about. We spoke to Shawn DuBravac in Washington. He's the president and CEO of the tech consulting frirm, Avrio Institute. He also wrote the New York Times bestseller 'Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data Will Transform the Way We Work, Live, and Communicate.' #WhatsApp #Privacy #DataSharing

WhatsApp accuses Israeli firm of cyber threats | Money Talks

WhatsApp accuses Israeli firm of cyber threats | Money Talks

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Protesters advise people to respect curfews, stay home

Ukraine Peace Summit

Ukraine Peace Summit

Historic Korea summit

Historic Korea summit

Demand for sports trading cards booms during pandemic | Money Talks

Demand for sports trading cards booms during pandemic | Money Talks

More French consumers opting for low or no-alcohol beverages | Money Talks

More French consumers opting for low or no-alcohol beverages | Money Talks

South African events, arts industries call for state relief | Money Talks

South African events, arts industries call for state relief | Money Talks

South African events, arts industries call for state relief | Money Talks

South African events, arts industries call for state relief | Money Talks

Israel says Pfizer-BioNTech shot reduces infections by 94% | Money Talks

Israel says Pfizer-BioNTech shot reduces infections by 94% | Money Talks

Hotels turn rooms into pricey homes to boost revenues | Money Talks

Hotels turn rooms into pricey homes to boost revenues | Money Talks

Brazilian favelas team up to launch financial institution| Money Talks

Brazilian favelas team up to launch financial institution| Money Talks

South African trade unions strike over rising unemployment | Money Talks

South African trade unions strike over rising unemployment | Money Talks

South Africa scraps income tax hikes amid pandemic | Money Talks

South Africa scraps income tax hikes amid pandemic | Money Talks

Hong Kong expects economy to grow by 5.5% in 2021 | Money Talks

Hong Kong expects economy to grow by 5.5% in 2021 | Money Talks

First WHO shipment of free vaccines arrives in Ghana | Money Talks

First WHO shipment of free vaccines arrives in Ghana | Money Talks

France seeks UNESCO heritage title for its famous loaves | Money Talks

France seeks UNESCO heritage title for its famous loaves | Money Talks

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