Since then WhatsApp received backlash for its updated privacy policy earlier this year, many people have moved on to other messaging apps like Telegram and Signal. Not just the laity, many celebrities and industrialists have also come together to boycott WhatsApp and choose other apps.

In fact, Signal’s popularity increased with Elon Musk’s simple tweet, ‘Use Singal.’ Since then, the app has been one of the best apps on the charts.

Much to the surprise, it has recently come to light that the entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Facebook and owner of WhatsApp, Mark Zuckerberg Its on Sign the same.

How did people find out that the entrepreneur was a fanatic? It happened by accident, of course.

Mark Zuckerberg was among 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries whose personal information was allegedly leaked by hackers on April 3. Among the stolen personal data posted on a hacker forum on Saturday were Zuckerberg’s phone number, location, name, date of birth, marriage. Facebook user ID and information.

Cyber ‚Äč‚Äčresearcher Dave walker confirmed that the personal data of Facebook co-founders Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz was also leaked with the data. On April 4, Walker tweeted: “Regarding the #FacebookLeak, out of the 533 million people in the leak, the irony is that, sadly, Mark Zuckerberg is also included in the leak.”

Dave went on to report that the businessman was in fact at Signal. Signal was quick to respond to the matter and decided to taunt his rival in a healthy way.

The internet also joined in on all the leg jerks and went back to the news in the funniest way possible. Needless to say, it was shocking to learn that Mark Zuckerberg would choose to be on a different messaging platform, including his own. WhatsApp’s privacy policy will be in effect as of May 15, 2021 and has been drawing a lot of negative attention to Zuckerberg and the app.

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