Facebook demands your data. #SayNoToFacebook

When Facebook purchased WhatsApp back in 2014, Facebook promised not to link user data between the two services, and WhatsApp continued to be thought of as a private messaging system. In January 2021 Facebook announced that WhatsApp’s 2 billion plus users will have to agree to share their personal information with Facebook or their accounts will be deleted.If you are like us, you are not cool with someone forcing you to give out your personal information.This is what you can do instead!

Why you need To say no to facebook & Ditch WhatsApp before February 8th

WhatsApp is changing its terms of service to force users to share personal data, including phone numbers, location and other personal information, with its parent company Facebook. According to a WhatsApp spokesperson, the change is being made to allow businesses to store WhatsApp chats using Facebook infrastructure. Users must agree before February 8th or they will lose access.

Time to switch from WhatsApp. This is what you can use instead...

We live in the age of constant surveillance.Secure messaging apps enable you to communicate without worrying about anyone listening in or collecting your personal information. Facebook’s decision to force WhatsApp users to share data means that Facebook will now have access to your location, phone number, mobile device information, IP address, and other personal information. So what to do?We have created a list of the most secure messaging apps on the market, and we have analyzed the pros and cons of each:

1. Signal

2. Volta

3. Telegram

4. Wickr

Read on to find out more!

Secure Messenging Apps: Pros & Cons


Famous endorsers of the app include Edward Snowden and former WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton.


Although relatively new, Volta is the most secure and is privately owned, fully self-funded with no outside investment.

Since it is the most secure, we believe it deserves more users. You can find it on the app store and the play store.


Founded by Russian Pavel Durov, who’s also behind Russia’s largest social network VKontakte, often called “the Russian Facebook”

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Mostly focused on the corporate market and not the individual user. Often called “Snapchat for adults” because of its ephemeral messaging.

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