In a week where privacy debates are cropping up everywhere on the back of Facebook's privacy breach, a new app called 'Chatwatch' has surfaced on the Google Play Store for Android-powered smartphones. The app reportedly tracks user activity on WhatsApp, the widely popular instant messaging service, and informs its users of when people on their contacts list come online. Furthermore, a report by The Economic Times states that the app also estimates when a person is asleep, judging by durations of activity on WhatsApp and general usage patterns.
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