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UN concerned WhatsApp poses security risks
MercoPress (Uruguay) (1/24), Reuters (1/23)
But I wonder if employees are being offered an alternative... instant communications is really important in that work.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
A Deutsche Welle investigation shows thousands of links to private WhatsApp groups can still be easily found online, despite public outrage which led the company to change its stance and remove them from Google.
Among the 427 active links DW examined, there were groups described to be for school classes, medical trainees, political campaigns, businesses, pornography and sex workers. Some groups included members with particularly sensitive identities, such as one chat with hundreds of members clearly labeled as an LGBTQ+ group in a Latin American country with high rates of homophobic murders.
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