Did not do this work on WhatsApp, we will not be able to send any message from May 15! Call will be available for only a few days

WhatsApp users will have to accept the new policy, otherwise they will not be able to use all the features.

WhatsApp said that those who do not accept the new privacy policy till May 15 will not be able to read or send messages from WhatsApp.

  • News18
  • Last Updated:February 23, 2021, 2:01 PM IST

WhatsApp Privacy Policy will be effective from May 15. WhatsApp gave this information only in January. The company says that only a few months are left and if the users do not accept the new policy, then they will lose access to all the features. That is, they will not be able to use WhatsApp. In an email originally sent to the merchant support of WhatsApp, WhatsApp stated that those who do not accept the changes until May 15 will not be able to read or send messages (WhatsApp Message) from this app. But for some time, these users will be able to receive calls and notifications.

The email also includes a link to a FAQ page created by WhatsApp, which states that users who do not want to accept the new privacy policy can delete their account before May 15, download the report and You can import your old chats.

WhatsApp has given this information on its FAQ page.

WhatsApp has given this information on its FAQ page.

Whatsapp has made it clear in a blog post, ‘Current conditions and privacy policy updates do not affect personal messages. The changes relate to the optional business features on WhatsApp, with the company stating that we provide more transparency about how we collect data. WhatsApp initially planned to implement these changes on February 8. , But after receiving feedback from users, the company extended the effective date. WhatsApp says that we have just heard about the confusion surrounding the update. There has been a lot of misunderstanding to create anxiety.

According to the company, users will get enough time to review the changes by May. WhatsApp has also told what will change with the new policy and whether it will remain the same. If you too are confused about WhatsApp, then you have the best chance to take time between now and read it carefully.


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