A WhatsApp tracking site marketed to catching suspected cheating spouses blames WhatsApp for facilitating the service with its always-on online status feature.


Ah yes, the classic victim blaming line: “you should have defended yourself better if you didn’t want me to attack you”

Except WhatsApp is not the victim here - it’s whatsapp’s users and facebook seems perfectly fine with allowing anyone to exploit their users’ privacy by not dealing with the core of the problem - online indicator.


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