WhatsApp was founded in 2009 and was acquired by Facebook in 2014. Since 2017 it started sharing personal data of users to Facebook, but the users had a choice not to opt for it. Facebook is already in the news for breaching user’s privacy. The new policy of WhatsApp, which was supposed to come into effect after February 8 this year, a date which has now been postponed till May, says that it may share user’s data with its parent company Facebook, other companies owned by Facebook and other third party applications. The users have to abide by the new guidelines to continue using the app. This data sharing will be made for commercial purpose and it will benefit various retail organizations including Jio Mart which is a partner of WhatsApp in India. WhatsApp will get all the information of users like their internet protocol (IP) address, browser information, battery strength, signal strength, service provider information, etc., in fact, the Metadata of a user will get stolen.