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WhatsApp new privacy policy challenged in Delhi High Court, asks Govt to intervene

DNA Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
The petitioner has urged the HC to issue an injunction order, restraining Whatsapp from enforcing the updated privacy policy, with immediate effect.
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