Following the summon of Delhi High Court, Facebook-owned WhatsApp presented its response in front of the court, against the petition of sharing private data with its parental company. On Wednesday, The Delhi high court asked for the response of WhatsApp on the pledge of its data sharing the policy Facebook and end-to-end encryption appealed by two residents of Delhi.
Senior advocate Siddharth Luthra during the hearing said that WhatsApp hadn’t violated any government regulations and the rules are in their proper place. The app does not share any personal data with Facebook irrespective of the mobile number and the name of the users. Mr. Luthra also assured that WhatsApp has end-to-end encryption of all data shared among its users and does not grip any data.