Whisper CEO suspends staff pending inquiry into ‘anonymity’ revelations

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The chief executive of the anonymous social media app Whisper has placed at least two employees on administrative leave, pending an internal investigation by the company.

Earlier this month, the Guardian revealed that Whisper, which promises users anonymity and claims to be the safest place on the internet, was tracking the location of its users, including some who had specifically asked not to be followed.

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