WhatsApp made one of its most controversial changes to its privacy policy last week. The new policy gives the app more freedom to integrate with Facebook and let users chat with businesses easily; this also means the app will collect a lot of your data. Because of this change, there has been a lot of outrage and folks are looking to leave the Facebook-owned chat app and head to other alternatives. Currently, Telegram and Signal have come out as front runners of this WhatsApp replacement race. [Read: Here’s what that WhatsApp privacy policy pop-up means for you] Both apps have their…

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