"If someone wants to get in touch, they have other ways to do so."
WhatsApp has fixed a security glitch after concerns hackers could inject surveillance software on to phones via the call function. There were fears it targeted human rights campaigners. The app said the breach hit only a “select number of users” and released a software update on 13 May.
There were fears the attack targeted human rights campaigners.
Governments should leave the internet alone, but the claim that Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp are an antidote to state-controlled media is looking increasingly thin.
Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp appeared unable to send or receive messages.
May I recommend you just go and start a podcast, where the rest of us can gladly choose to ignore you
A little more than a text, but less intense than a phone call.