An article by The Hindu, which is the official news channel of the Hindu, has gone viral on social media.
It says: “Weber Spirit,Outlook web,Messenger web and Messenger web access for those who use an online service like Facebook or WhatsApp are not open for public use.
There are no other public places like restaurants, shopping malls or parks where people can visit and interact with friends.
Weber Spirit and Outlook web are available only to members of our social network.
The app has no public version.
The app is only available to registered users, and it is only accessible through a mobile device.
People who want to use Outlook web access on a mobile phone have to register the app, pay a monthly subscription fee and connect it to their phone.
Weber spirit and Outlook website access are not available for public consumption in India, so we cannot offer these services to you.
We will continue to monitor the situation.”
A spokesperson for Facebook said: We can’t comment on specific privacy settings and practices.
We have more than one billion users across the globe and we are always looking to improve our products and services to make them more user-friendly.
We are committed to keeping our users safe on Facebook and in other areas of our business, and we have made improvements in some areas over the past year.
The Facebook SafeBrowsing tool can be used to detect sites that are using artificial cookies or trackers.
We work with a number of law enforcement agencies around the world to investigate these types of sites and remove them from our network.
We take our responsibility to make sure our users’ information is secure very seriously.