Whatsapp is adamant on privacy policy updates, app will be closed in few days if not accepted

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-02-19 12:00:06 IST

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WhatsApp is firm on its approach to the updated privacy policy. It is said that from May 15, the new privacy policy of WhatsApp will be implemented. If it is not accepted, then gradually the account will be limited and will eventually be closed.

Despite the Supreme Court's strict comments and assurances, WhatsApp is firm on its stand on the updated privacy policy. It is said that from May 15, the new privacy policy of WhatsApp will be implemented. If it is not accepted, then gradually the account will be limited and will eventually be closed. Three days ago, the Supreme Court said that the privacy of customers is precious.

WhatsApp also assured that its privacy policy is optional, but it is not. In the next few weeks, users will see a small banner on the screen of WhatsApp, which on clicking will be able to read the new privacy policy. At the same time, there will also be a button to accept the privacy policy. On 19 February, WhatsApp is going to release a blog about its privacy policy.

WhatsApp has claimed that with the new privacy policy, the privacy of users will be protected as before and their interaction will also be private. It will not be shared with anyone. While reading the privacy policy, permission will be sought from the users regarding the messages related to the business. Accepting or not will be at the will of the users. WhatsApp says that a separate app has been made for small and big businesses.

What did  Whatsapp say  

Small retailers will be on WhatsApp in the coming times. In such a situation, users will be able to stay in touch with the traders on WhatsApp. This will also be completely optional. According to WhatsApp, it will be entirely up to the user whether he wants to take a business message or not. But if you do not accept the privacy policy, like other software, WhatsApp will be limited and will be closed after a time.

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