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 September 7, 2021  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S.

AFP reports:

Turkey on Friday joined a host of other countries in fining Facebook’s ubiquitous WhatsApp messaging service for failing to sufficiently protect user data.

The 1,950,000-lira ($235,000, 200,000-euro) penality was imposed after months of confusion over whether WhatsApp had introduced its controversial new data sharing rules in Turkey.

Read more on The Jakarta Post.

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