WhatsApp's new forwarding feature may actually save lives
| Gordon Gottsegen
7/10/2018 5:29 PM EST
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WhatsApp just announced its new forwarding feature.
WhatsApp is making it easier to tell where your messages are coming from in order to quash fake news. And the ramifications could save lives.
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Starting Tuesday, WhatsApp will label which messages you receive have been forwarded to you. The company announced on its blog that the feature is available on the latest version of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp says this helps determine if the message came from your friends or family, or if someone else...
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