As more and more people sign up on Telegram after WhatsApp's data-sharing policy change, it has started rolling out new features to retain its customers.
Telegram, in a post on Twitter, said that its users could now delete messages, chats, call history, and groups that they created at any time.
"Deleted items completely disappear for all participants without a trace – your data is your business, and you have full control over it," it said.
Gmail accounts are very valuable because they not only contain simple emails but also other data that hackers can use
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