WhatsApp CEO says won't compromise user privacy for Facebook
Following Facebook's Whatsapp acquisition, the messaging app company's CEO Jan Koum has reassured Whatsapp users that their privacy will not be compromised for the social network giant.
Koum wrote in his blog post that his hit messaging application will not bend to its soon-to-be overlords at Facebook.
According to Cnet, after the news of Facebook acquiring WhatsApp for 19 billion dollars broke out, Koum promised the app's 465 million monthly active users that nothing would change.
Koum wrote that the company's future partnership with Facebook will not compromise the vision that brought it to this point, adding that its focus remained on delivering the promise of WhatsApp far and wide, so that people around the world have the freedom to speak their mind without fear.
(Posted on 18-03-2014)