Whatsapp closes. Here's how it went!

In recent days appeared worrisome news about the closure of the popular messaging application WhatsApp controlled by the new owner Facebook to force users to use their devices by Facebook Messenger. Let's see exactly how things went.

The 16 April 2014 the DailyMail, popular English blog, has published a news item that has been quick around the world:
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The problem is that in Italy the news was translated perhaps somewhat’ too hasty and wrong.
The dailymail has made a pun pulling the ball in someone's head the messaging application WhatsApp when in fact the title clearly says “What ’ sApp” –> “What's up ’” which means “What happens”.

In no time the Italian agencies have spread the news wrong.
So little was enough to entice users to register on sitemi alternative which WeChat and Telegram.
And’ took so little to believe the mainstream media and newspapers that Facebook was going to chiudere WhatsApp as you can see below nelle'immagini reported in some newspapers, giving now for some news of the closure of WhatsApp.

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In fact, the news reported by dailymail pointing to the real intention to block Facebook chat (sending messages) from the mobile Facebook, to bring users to use the Facebook Messenger app much better performance.

Perhaps it would be better to check the news before publishing, not ? :)