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WhatsApp: An indispensable utility for Costa Ricans

If American runs on Dunkin’, Costa Rica runs on WhatsApp (and also coffee). And for most of Monday, Ticos had to live without an indispensable...

Facebook fights global outage and whistleblower revelations

Facebook battled dueling crises on Monday as it faced a large-scale outage of its dominant social network for seven hours, and fought against a...

WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram hit by outage

Major social media services including Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were hit by a massive outage on Monday, tracking sites showed, impacting potentially tens of millions of...

WhatsApp stresses privacy as users flock to rivals

WhatsApp on Tuesday reassured users about privacy at the Facebook-owned messaging service as people flocked to rivals Telegram and Signal following a tweak to its terms.

WhatsApp: Costa Rica’s latest policing tool

Instead of sending memes, users are sharing license plate information with police and tips about suspicious people in their neighborhood.

Brazilian police detain Facebook executive on court order

Brazil's federal police detained a Facebook executive Tuesday for failing to cooperate with judicial orders related to information on the company's website in an investigation of drug trafficking.

Brazil’s ban on WhatsApp is lifted less than 24 hours after it began

Brazilians had joined in black humor and outrage and tech giants expressed worry over the state's heavy hand Thursday after a judge banned the service for 48 hours. Then another judge overturned the ban.

What’s up, no WhatsApp? Brazilians peeved after service suspended

Millions of Brazilians woke up shocked and cranky Thursday after the popular WhatsApp smartphone messaging application was shut down for two days on a judge's order.

Costa Rica Supreme Court: You have a right to WhatsApp

The Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, ruled in favor of an appellant whose employer ordered him to shut down a private WhatsApp group chat named after the clinical laboratory at the Max Terán Valls Hospital in Quepos, Puntarenas.

Facebook expands reach with $19 bn deal for WhatsApp

NEW YORK – Facebook said Wednesday it was buying the fast-growing mobile messaging service WhatsApp in a deal worth an eye-popping $19 billion, expanding the global footprint of the social networking giant.

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