We looked inside some of the tweets by @wcathcart and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Thank you to everyone who’s reached out. We're still working to counter any confusion by communicating directly with @WhatsApp users. No one will have their account suspended or deleted on Feb 8 and we’ll be moving back our business plans until after May - https://t.co/H3DeSS0QfO
Thank you to everyone who has helped share facts about how @WhatsApp protects your privacy. We’re going to do more over the coming weeks to make sure everyone knows how WhatsApp secures your messages. We’re also moving back our business plans to focus on this effort. https://t.co/Wwr2YpWQxH
Today we're answering some common questions we've received @WhatsApp. Our policy update describes business communication and adds transparency. It does not impact how people communicate privately with friends or family. Learn more and share please: https://t.co/Kx2LVx4J8g https://t.co/urp6AztLxB
We’ve updated our policy to be transparent and to better describe optional people-to-business features. We wrote about it in October -- this includes commerce on WhatsApp and the ability for people to message a business. Pls see: https://t.co/wGJkVUhmhE
With end-to-end encryption, we cannot see your private chats or calls and neither can Facebook. We’re committed to this technology and committed to defending it globally. You can read more here: https://t.co/YpR5RaGoW1
I want to share how committed everyone @WhatsApp is to providing private communication for two billion people around the world. At our core, that’s the ability to message or call loved ones freely protected by end-to-end encryption and that’s not changing.
Corporate complicity in human rights abuses is a widespread and ongoing problem, and the Ninth Circuit should not expand the ability of companies like NSO Group to avoid accountability. https://t.co/biFLmuGbUm