Kathmandu. Demand to ban Facebook and WhatsApp saying Indians’ information is at risk.
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has opposed WhatsApp’s new policy and demanded a ban on WhatsApp and Facebook in India.
WhatsApp’s new policy has made it possible for WhatsApp to use important information, including user personal information, transaction information, contact numbers, and location.
The CAIT has sent a letter to the ministry asking it not to implement WhatsApp’s policy of collecting user information and sharing the information with Facebook.
The letter, sent to CAIT Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, said, “The government should immediately stop implementing WhatsApp’s new policy.” Or WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook should be shut down. ‘
There are more than 200 million Facebook users in India. CAIT says that if all user information is allowed to be used, it could have a major impact on the country’s economy and security.
“It reminds us of the East India Company that once ruled India in the salt trade,” the CAIT said in a letter. Data is the most important thing today. Which will have a big impact on the economic structure and social structure of the country. ‘
This is when the true face of Facebook and WhatsApp appeared. “Initially, Facebook attracted everyone in India to use WhatsApp, rather than for free,” he said. When more users are added to it, he is now seeking access to the user’s data. Its main purpose is to take control of India’s economy. ‘