WhatsApp’s new privacy policy has received a lot of criticism, and its competitors have not denied making the most of the opportunity.Signal recently did a dig at parent company Facebook for allegedly blocking Instagram ads, which Revealing the massive amount of information the platform collects about us, Telegram doesn̵

7;t pull any punch either, brutally destroying WhatsApp on Twitter. (See image above) WhatsApp is trying to fight back. But an attempt to stab a Telegram was returned.

WhatsApp’s Twitter account used the upset nightclub girl meme to point out that Telegram users didn’t know the service wasn’t end-to-end encryption by default, which is true. It points out that WhatsApp’s iCloud and Google Drive backups are not end-to-end encrypted (in the works) .This has been reported to have leaked WhatsApp chats in the past.

Telegram also took the opportunity to congratulate how its app is open source and supports iterate builds. It’s been a few days since Telegram has been on fire and WhatsApp has not responded – unsurprisingly, these facts can’t be refuted.

Facebook-owned companies attempted unofficial tweets about implementing the new privacy policy recently, but you can see from the response that Twitter users are not getting any good results. Sometimes a proactive social media strategy can work well, but when the Twitterverse overwhelms you, it may be time to try a different approach.