WhatsApp said after the dispute over the new terms, private chat will not be affected

WhatsApp said after the dispute over the new terms, private chat will not be affected

WhatsApp said private chat will not be affected
With the conditions of use of WhatsApp going to come into effect from February 8, 2021, there has been a growing controversy. WhatsApp is also accused that its category is the only app that gets the most data from users, but amid this ruckus and uproar, WhatsApp has said that they will not be affected even by the new chat terms by their new terms of service. WhatsApp has said these things through a press release. WhatsApp has said in its release, 'The new update will make shopping and doing business through WhatsApp much easier than before. Most of the people today are using WhatsApp as a business app in addition to chatting. We have updated our privacy policy to be a secure hosting service for businesses to make it easier for small businesses to reach their customers through WhatsApp. For this, we will also take help of our parent company Facebook.

WhatsApp spokesman said that this update will not disturb the privacy of users. The company is still committed to the privacy of users. The new update is not going to change the data sharing between Facebook and WhatsApp.

What's in the new WhatsApp policy?

This week, millions of Indian users have received notifications regarding WhatsApp's new privacy policy and terms of service, which are coming into effect from February 8. These terms said that WhatsApp will share more data with its parent company Facebook than before, which will be used in advertisements. 

If a user does not accept the new terms by February 8, then his account will be closed. Experts say that this is a direct attack on the privacy of people and they are being forced to obey the conditions. Explain that according to the listing on the Apple App Store, WhatsApp takes 16 kinds of data from its users.

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