Here are some of the best memes in case you missed the #WhatsAppheadquarters trend:
To all those giving exams, we know what’s really going on behind the scenes sometimes and now, WhatsApp may too.
Me: mae apni mehnat sa online papers da raha hu….
Le : whatsapp headquarter#WhatsAppheadquarters pic.twitter.com/JFoJFdtik5
— ShafeeqMKA (@MkaShafeeq) January 12, 2021
I guess I’m not the only one that doesn’t like the sound of my voice in voice notes.
* Me sending a voice note *#WhatsAppheadquarters pic.twitter.com/2jtumF3omq
— Ibrahim. (@ibrahim80627257) January 12, 2021
Sending telegram invites to your friends on WhatsApp must hurt a little.
Users Boycotting WhatsApp by posting status on WhatsApp against WhatsApp 🤣🤣
Le Whatsapp Headquarters#WhatsAppPrivacyPolicy #WhatsAppheadquarters#SignalApp #Telegram pic.twitter.com/ergKiqpRVr
— Aneeq ur Rehman (@DrAneeq1) January 12, 2021
Telegram must be swimming in cash right now…
Telegram owners right now:#Telegram #WhatsAppheadquarters #WhatsappPrivacy #WhatsApp #TelegramGroupLink pic.twitter.com/DpClHFVDIq
— ✨طلحہ لطیف مغل✨ (@talha_mughal_00) January 12, 2021
This user posed a genuine concern of WhatsApp.
#WhatsAppheadquarters trying to read PAKISTANI memes: pic.twitter.com/sh57xYBNPz
— eishahaha.🌻 (@eisharizwan_) January 12, 2021
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has clarified that all of your messages are safe and they do not have access to them whatsoever.
Two minutes silence for those who deleted their WhatsApp account 😂
Ap log k sth chota sa mazak hua tha camera dkh k hath hila den 😁🤣#WhatsAppheadquarters pic.twitter.com/yU52YFcBBM
— SaمRa ❤ (@Sa123Samra) January 12, 2021
This may be the start of a downfall of WhatsApp as Telegram and Signal become popular in the market or it may not change anything at all for WhatsApp. One thing is for certain though, everyone is going to start asking questions about their privacy now and it may lead to the formulation of data protection laws in countries like Pakistan like they exist in the EU.