ProPublica’s report claims:Facebook’s big fraud with 200 million WhatsApp users; End to end encryption is just a sham, your messages-photos-videos are not secure

‘Your privacy and security is at the top of us, so we have launched end to end encryption feature in WhatsApp Messenger. Encrypted end-to-end makes your messages, photos, videos, voice messages, documents, statuses and calls secure and no one can see, hear or read them. Not even the company itself…’ Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been making this claim. But this is the biggest lie. This fraud company has been doing this for a long time with more than 200 million users of WhatsApp. The news organization ProPublica has claimed this in its investigative report.

According to this, more than 1000 contract employees in WhatsApp’s Austin, Texas, Dublin and Singapore offices check every piece of content from users. These workers, working on an hourly basis with computers in pods, use Facebook’s special software to stream users’ personal messages, photos and videos.

ये अनुबंधकर्मी ही तय करते हैं कि यूजर्स की स्क्रीन पर क्या फ्लैश होना है। चाहे वह धोखेबाजी या स्पैम कंटेंट हो या फिर आतंकी साजिश या चाइल्ड पोर्न, इसमें उन्हें एक मिनट से भी कम समय लगता है। प्रोपब्लिका को कंपनी का 49 स्लाइड का इंटरनल प्रजेंटेशन मिला है, जिसमें कंपनी की सारी कारगुजारियां जैसे मार्केटिंग, प्रजेंटेशन और गोपनीयता के झूठे प्रचार पर कैसे जोर देना है, आदि पर विस्तार से जानकारी उपलब्ध है।

According to ProPublica, the deployment of an army of content reviewers clearly shows that Facebook has compromised the privacy of WhatsApp users. It can track the user at any time for its own benefit, going beyond the law. Experts believe that Facebook bought WhatsApp in 2014 for Rs 1.33 lakh crore. Ever since then he has been trying to figure out how to profit from a service that doesn’t charge customers a single penny. Perhaps this can also be a major reason for compromising on the privacy of users.

Each moderator sees 600 tickets, which means less than a minute.

The content moderators of WhatsApp are similar to the moderators of Instagram and Facebook. Most are 20 to 30 years old. Their past experience is that of a clerk, grocery checker or coffee shop worker. They get recruitment through Accenture. At the time of appointment, the work is said to be ‘Content Review’.

It is not mentioned whether to work in Facebook or WhatsApp. These moderators get around 1200 rupees for an hour. Each moderator has to handle 600 tickets a day. This gives them less than 1 minute for a single ticket. In such a situation, how much content they will be able to read or quality improvement, it can be easily understood.

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