The latest Facebook activity is Neerja Arora, the leading business officer of WhatsApp, to reduce the partnership of Facebook companies in the last few months. In Facebook's role, Arora said he "was taking time to recycle and spend time with the family," and thanked Jan Koum and Brian Acton, WhatsApp co-founders.
Koum went down as Head of WhatsApp earlier this year with disagreement with Facebook activists in terms of privacy and encryption. Acton had left WhatsApp for a year ago, in September 2017, to start his own nonprofit. However, a few months later, he sent people to #deletefacebook on his Twitter account. Co-founders said they had cooked down to disagreement about the monetization options for WhatsApp that have been anti-advertising from the beginning.
It's time. #deletefacebook
– Brian Acton (@ brianacton) 20 March, 2018
Arora had been with WhatsApp since 2011, when the company was just two years old. He was with the corporate development team at Google and as part of a large building, where he was four years old. Previously, he worked at Times Internet. So far this year, he served on board of Paytm directors for nearly three years.
Note that WhatsApp is just up to the top of the first India; Ever – the old founder of Ezetap Abhijit Bose – after a serious pressure from the Union Government spreads information about WhatsApp under control. The India office is based on Gurgaon, and WhatsApp will have its first office outside the USA.