- If you do not agree to the terms, WhatsApp will be closed
- Allegedly sharing WhatsApp user data with Facebook
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The company has often missed the policy implementation date, but is now less likely to postpone it. The company has clarified that users who do not accept the policy by May 15 will not be able to message. In short, WhatsApp cannot be used unless the policy is accepted.
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Account closed after 120 days
WhatsApp states that users cannot send or receive messages unless they agree to the terms. Those who do not accept the new terms will have their accounts deactivated and will be closed after 120 days. The company has the largest number of users in India. WhatsApp is accused of sharing more data with parent company Facebook under the new policy. WhatsApp, however, denied the allegations, saying the update was related to a business account.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp’s terms will not apply as there are already separate laws in Europe. WhatsApp shares a lot of information with Facebook, including the user’s IP address.
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