WhatsApp announces its privacy policy, users who do not accept it will suffer
WhatsApp announces its privacy policy, users who do not accept it will suffer

Social messaging app WhatsApp said on Monday after expiring the deadline of May 15 to accept the disputed privacy policy terms that no account will be destroyed for not accepting its new privacy update but users who do not accept these terms after several weeks will not be able to view their chat list and eventually phone calls or video calls on their app There will be a ban on the use of the answer facility.

Last week, the Facebook-owned company said that the accounts of users who did not accept its private policy update will not be deleted by its time frame till May 15. WhatsApp said on its portal that those who have not had the access to read or accept the conditions are reminding them about these conditions and the reminder will be tightened after several weeks. However, the company did not specify the time frame set for these reminders.

Three days ago, WhatsApp withdrew its decision to extend the deadline of May 15 to users to accept updates related to its controversial privacy policy and said that the account would not be deleted even if the conditions were not accepted. It may be recalled that users had expressed concerns over their right to data on whatsapp's proposed policy. Several WhatsApp users said their data under the new policy will be shared with Facebook, a company owned by WhatsApp.

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