Consumers were tracked to attract more users, for which they were accused of abusing it, arguing that “It was not a jurisdictional error,” and they added that WhatsApp and Facebook’s request to challenge their decision was “incompetent and misunderstood.” Order of March 24.
The ICC also told the court that only after an investigation can it be determined whether the collection and sharing of WhatsApp data with Facebook constitute anti-competitive practices or abuse of domain. , the type of device used, their Internet service provider, and the data they talk to) will lead to the creation of customer profiles and preferences, which will be monetized through targeted advertising methods in the following ways, all of which constitute ” Tracing”.
Social media platforms argued that when the Delhi High Court and High Court were studying privacy policies, then CCI should not “jump the gun” and intervene on this issue. They also said that CCI’s decision abused the collective jurisdiction of the committee.
They claim that in In this case, CCI has a “floating distance” from the competition and is investigating privacy issues that the High Court and High Court of Delhi are already studying. In January, only CCI decided to study WhatsApp’s new privacy. Politics. The basis of the news reports is the same.