WhatsApp also asserted that "respect for your privacy is coded into our DNA". "Since we started WhatsApp, we’ve built our services with a set of strong privacy principles in mind," it added.
WhatsApp noted that it works with third-party service providers and other Facebook Companies in order to provide, improve, understand, customize, support, and market its services.
In the “How We Work With Other Facebook Companies” section, the platform provides more information about how it collects and shares information with the other Facebook Companies. "If a user uses WhatsApp with third-party services or Facebook Company Products, the platform may receive information about such users from them. For example, if a user uses the WhatsApp share button on a news service to share a news article with their WhatsApp contacts, groups, or broadcast lists on our Services, or if a user chooses to access WhatsApp through a mobile carrier’s or device provider’s promotion of services."
When the users use third-party services or Facebook Company Products, their own terms and privacy policies will govern the use of those services and products, the policy states.
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