Facebook’s secret messaging service, WhatsApp, has a “no-spam” policy that prevents it from sharing your email address with third parties.
The company is also encrypting messages between the two services to make them harder to copy and delete.
The encryption is supposed to make it harder for Facebook to monitor messages, and to stop hackers from gaining access to your email.
It has also allowed the company to improve its privacy protections for users.
But that privacy protection doesn’t extend to the private messages between you and your friends.
And the company has made clear that it will keep that protection secret until it gets the legal authority it needs to use it to enforce its terms of service, which include a clause that allows it to use your information for “legitimate” business purposes.
If you’re not using WhatsApp to send messages, or if you’re only using it to send private messages to your friends, the company won’t be able to access your emails without your consent.
WhatsApp also lets you block messages, which means it’s easy for Facebook or anyone else to track your every move.
And if you don’t want your email messages to be shared, you can opt out of that option.
So what you need to do if you want your messages to stay private, is to stop using the service and stop sending messages.
“There are a number of things that we can do to stop this from happening,” WhatsApp’s general manager for consumer security, Chris Woods, wrote in an email to The Wall St. Journal.
You can do this by: deleting all your messages that are encrypted and that you don,t want WhatsApp to see