Noting that WhatsApp is a free application, Darıcılı continued his words as follows:
WhatsApp will share the data with Facebook. There is no guarantee that Facebook will not share this data with other companies. It is said in the current contract that the data will be shared with Facebook. The contract says ‘I am sharing this with Facebook’. Does Facebook share data with other companies? I think he’s sharing it. Data enters a cycle, first shared on Facebook and then with other companies. After all, let’s say this: If you use communication resources such as social media, it is very difficult for you to hide your data and to camouflage yourself. So if you are on the internet, you are already sharing all your personal data. You have no escape from this. “
“Protecting the personal data of citizens is one of the main duties of states”
Noting that there had been reactions in Turkey about WhatsApp’s use of personal data before, Darıcılı said, “In Turkey, there was a huge reaction about WhatsApp, saying ‘WhatsApp shares your personal data.’ So what happened next? They said that they will pass, but WhatsApp has not suffered a large amount of user loss. WhatsApp is insecure and Telegram or Signal is very secure? All of the foreign origin software come to the same door. he spoke.
Underlining that companies share data as metadata, Darıcılı continued his words as follows:
What happened in the WhatsApp privacy agreement discussions?