‘I was shocked’: The real story behind the WeChat messaging app problem

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By BRIAN MAHONEY, Associated PressThe app is a little too popular for Chinese regulators to ignore, but they are still grappling with the ramifications of a massive data breach that could lead to millions of customers losing their online security and privacy.

China’s internet regulator has already taken steps to try to contain the problem by limiting access to the app and limiting its usage to those under 18.

Now it has a new tool it wants to encourage more people to turn on the app, and a new app to help users get more out of it.

The company WeChat is an app that connects users around the world with other people and places that share a similar interest in the same topics.

The app allows users to post a photo, share a joke, or even ask a question.

But there’s a big catch: You have to have a WeChat account to post, and to post to WeChat you need a Wechat number, or an email address.

The email address must be a verified WeChat number, and that number must be in China.

There are ways to create a verified email address, but many of those methods require signing up with a service called WeChat for free.

WeChat allows users in China to create an account and register their number to the platform.

For now, the platform will let users sign up for a free account at WeChat.com, but that service will change soon.

The WeChat website shows that the platform now requires verified Wechat numbers.

The new verification process, which takes about 15 minutes, requires you to upload your name, photo and username on the site, and then submit your WeChat login.

You have two choices: use a photo from your phone, or upload the full name of the person who will be using the number.

The photo can be an image of a face, photo of a person, or anything you want.

If the person has a verified phone number, the photo is automatically verified.

The photo uploader can choose to choose a person to be the photo’s owner, and we have no idea how that works, but the process seems to be pretty simple.

Once you upload the photo, the photos will appear on the Wechat page, along with the person’s name and a short description.

WeChat says the verification process should take about 15-20 minutes, and users can view the verification in a new window after the process is complete.

The verified Wechs app is now available to users in more than 20 countries, including the U.S.

It is unclear how many people will be able to use WeChat’s verification process before it gets too crowded.

There are about 8 million verified Weibo users in the world, which makes it easy for people to connect to each other and share their own content, but it’s still very hard for people in China and other large nations to use the platform without a verified number.

Weibo is one of China’s largest social media networks, with about 20 million users.

Wechat has a similar app, WeChat QQ, but its verification process is much simpler and has less restrictions.

The Chinese government has also said it will start requiring verified accounts for access to Weibo, but there are no plans to do so in China right now.

China is a very large market for WeChat, with more than 100 million users in other countries.

The company says that in the first half of 2017, its platform added more than 12 billion photos and videos.

It’s unclear how China will deal with the app when it becomes widely available, or whether there will be any repercussions for users who post sensitive or private information on the platform, or post offensive content.

We are also concerned about the potential for identity theft, which could result in the identity of many users being linked to accounts with criminal backgrounds.

Weibo also has problems with data theft.

But for now, Chinese regulators seem content to let the app continue to operate.