WhatsApp: Those who reject the new privacy policy will still be able to continue using the app

Another chapter has been added to the saga regarding the controversial new WhatsApp Terms of Use that was introduced on May 15th. The company announced that anyone who rejects the new privacy policy will still be able to use all functions.

In the news: Two weeks after the new privacy policy went into effect, WhatsApp announced that anyone who continues to refuse will still be able to use all functions. The company said this in a statement The Next Web.

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What has changed? WhatsApp is now returning to this last decision. The company said in a statement that even those who refuse can continue to use the service. You will receive reminders regularly.

  • Given the recent discussions with various authorities and privacy experts, we want to make it clear that we currently do not have any plans to limit the functionality of How WhatsApp works to those who have not yet accepted the update. Instead, we will continue to remind users to update from time to time.
  • However, it is not clear how long this will remain. WhatsApp may change its policy again in the future. For now, it appears that it mainly wants to calm things down and calm governments. In countries like India, Turkey and Germany, the government has already declared the new terms illegal.
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