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elctrnx_lyf
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Re: But WeChat will invade your privacy
elctrnx_lyf   3/13/2014 12:18:51 PM
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Probably both we chat and what's app works on same technology. But we chat seems like they are more ahead in terms of integrating different things such as the taxi find application and other games.

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But WeChat will invade your privacy
tubeman2   3/13/2014 11:37:07 AM
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When you sign up for WeChat, they want your mobile phone number.  That means Tencent and perhaps the Chinse Government know your whereabouts and what you are communicating at any moment in time -- in the present or the past.  No thanks.

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Sheetal.Pandey   3/13/2014 11:33:42 AM
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WeChat has started to get some mometum in India too. The firmstars have been promoting in advertisements. But on ground everyone is still on WhatsApp. What I dont like about WhatsApp is anyone who has your cell number and has WhatsApp installed can contact you, eve make you part of their group whether you like it or not. And then  you have to either keep viewing the messages or block the person. Too annoying sometimes. Now that facebook has acquired it, dont know whats happening at the backend.

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