The Delhi High Court had then directed WhatsApp to stop sharing data with Facebook and delete all user data generated by Indian users before September 25, 2015. However, WhatsApp did not adhere to this ruling.
If a decision is made in favour of the petitioners, it will be the first time WhatsApp and Facebook are brought under any sort of regulatory ambit in India. As per PTI’s report, the High Court had also instructed the Centre and TRAI to examine the feasibility of bringing the functioning of internet messaging applications like WhatsApp under statutory regulatory framework.
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