How safe to use Truecaller? This important information came out


Newz Fast, New Delhi: Truecaller operates a mobile caller identification app.

Truecaller localizes 100 percent of the data of Indian users Truecaller identifies the person calling the mobile phone, it is absolutely safe to use this app.

If you use Truecaller then this news is for you. The company's Managing Director Rishi Jhunjhunwala has given many important information about how safe it is to use this app.

Swedish company Truecaller has said that it adheres to the principles of data protection and fully supports the rules regarding it in India as well as in other countries.

The company operates an app that identifies the person calling the mobile phone. Rishi Jhunjhunwala, Chief Product Officer and Managing Director, India, Truecaller, said that the company's proactive action on data localization and data minimization is visible not only in words but also in actions.

Absolutely safe to use app
Jhunjhunwala said, “I believe that we value data privacy and data security for our users. It is absolutely safe to use this app.

He said the company "voluntarily" moved quickly on data localization and does not "hide" behind huge pages of terms and conditions and privacy policy for the user.

Jhunjhunwala said, “We have developed better communication over the years and have cleared a lot of misconceptions about Truecaller. I think the perception has changed now than before.

On the government's recent plans to withdraw the draft Data Protection Bill and replace it with a broader framework as a new regulation, he said the company supports data protection regulations in India and all other areas of its operations. .

The first goal is to protect privacy
"India has withdrawn the Data Protection Bill, and according to reports a new bill will be ready soon. We have done 100 percent localization of Indian users' data many years ago.

We will comply with other provisions of the new bill to provide the best privacy features and spam protection to our users.” The company employs approximately 350 people globally, most of whom are Indians.

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