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Facebook, Google and Twitter are now banning all of the instant messaging applications they offer, and it appears that they’re banning some of the apps based on a recent report from The Daily Dot that claims to have received information from “multiple sources.”
Facebook is reportedly banning the instant message app WhatsApp from all of its platforms, while Google and Google Plus are currently also banning the popular instant messaging app Telegram from all platforms, The Daily Post reported.
The Daily News reported the information from a source who asked to remain anonymous because he or she did not want to cause any trouble for his or her employers.
The article claims to receive information from multiple sources claiming to have had access to internal Google and Facebook communications and that the app is currently being blocked by Facebook.
The app WhatsApp was banned from Google Play in August and is also currently banned in Apple’s App Store.
Telegram is currently blocked by both Apple and Google Play.
Telegram was banned in China in August, but it appears to be back in the Chinese market by the time the report is released.
Facebook reportedly has been blocking WhatsApp and Telegram in the U.S. since January, with the latter app being banned in October.
The App Store bans WhatsApp from users who do not have a Facebook account and Facebook reportedly only allows users to access WhatsApp in China, where the app can be accessed in English, French, and Spanish.
WhatsApp has been a huge success in China.
In the last two months of 2017, WhatsApp had over 1.2 billion monthly active users and over 60 million monthly active monthly active Facebook users.
Facebook is currently planning to expand the platform to more countries in the coming months, including India, China, and other countries in Southeast Asia.
Telegram, on the other hand, has been banned in India, India, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, and several other countries, according to The Daily Mail.
Facebook has previously blocked Facebook Messenger in China due to privacy concerns.