Nov 13 Posted 2 years ago
definitely right for privacy issues. But now that we know that the UK and the US agencies spied on us, we have very few alternatives to live "secretely" AND connected :)
Nov 12 Posted 2 years ago
Like similar smartphone apps, WeChat also raises privacy concerns, since it can be used to secretly record others. I've heard a lot of good feedback from WeChat users and it's not impossible to reach its popularity in the whole world in a short period of time.
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