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'WhatsApp refutes claims of 'unsecure' payment services system in SC, calls them 'absolutely baseless'

DNA Monday, 14 December 2020
The SC bench was hearing a PIL alleging breach of financial data security of Indians challenging the permission to WhatsApp to start UPI services.
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