With the whole controversy around Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data leak still brewing, there is a growing awareness about how much and what kind of data is being shared online. Users who were earlier unaware are now getting a bit more vigilant. Recently, Facebook-owned WhatsApp was too under the scanner for allegedly sharing information with its parent company. WhatsApp responded to this by saying that it collects “very little data” of its users and “every message is end-to-end encrypted.”
But there is a way for users to choose not to share their account information with Facebook. This shared information is said to improve Facebook ads and products experiences. Here are two ways to stop sharing your WhatsApp information with Facebook:
This option comes in the picture if you have already agreed to WhatsApp’s terms and policies but now want to change that.