Facebook Defends Data Sharing With WhatsApp
Tech monster, Facebook has shielded its proposed information offering plan to informing application, WhatsApp.
The Director of Global Products Partnership at Facebook, Mr Ime Archibong, clarified the purposes behind the arrangement on Wednesday in Lagos State, southwest Nigeria.
“One of the strategy changes that we made as of late was about attempting to ensure we could open the business client associations that as of now exist,” he said.
Archibong told Channels Television that the arrangement would empower little scale entrepreneurs to influence on WhatsApp, as a capable stage for their organizations.
He likewise communicated good faith that the improvement would contribute enormously to the development of Africa and the world on the loose.
“It will be decent for the landmass. It will be decent for nations around the globe and I’m entirely amped up for it,” he said.
The Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, on Tuesday landed in Nigeria on his first excursion to sub-Saharan Africa.
Zuckerberg had used his time in the country to visit the Yaba technology hub in Lagos, met with developers and partners, as well as explored the Nollywood.
He said he would also listen, learn and take ideas back to California on how Facebook could further support tech development and entrepreneurship across Africa.
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