Supreme Court issues notice to WhatsApp, says 'We've to protect people's privacy'
The bench headed by Bobde said, “There is a concern that circuit of messages is revealed by WhatsApp. The citizens have great apprehension about loss of their privacy and they think that their data and chats being shared with others and it has to be looked into.”
The bench added, “You (WhatsApp and Facebook) maybe two or three trillion companies but people value their privacy more than money. It is our duty to protect their privacy. We are telling you what we heard and read. People think that if A sends a message to B and B to C. The circuit of messages is revealed to Facebook.”
The court will now look into it after four weeks.