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Saturday, 16 January 2021

WhatsApp took a step back:No one's account will be closed on February 8

WhatsApp took a step back:No one's account will be closed on February 8, company extends privacy update

The privacy update has been avoided for now after the controversy over the WhatsApp messaging app escalated. No one's WhatsApp account will be closed on February 8. 

The company will gradually implement the policy till May 15. The company believes that lengthening the policy will give users more time to understand. Facebook, WhatsApp's parent company, said it had stopped the new update due to rumors circulating about the app's new update.

Announcing the extension of the policy through the
blog, the company wrote in the blog, 'We are now postponing the date on which people will be asked to check and accept the terms. 

 We are also going to do a lot to dispel rumors about how privacy and security work on WhatsApp. We will then gradually approach the people and ask them to review the policy at their convenience before new business options become available on May 15. '

According to a New York Times report, after the announcement of the privacy update, many users and many media companies linked it to people's misinformation. He said that after the new policy, WhatsApp will be able to read people's chats and other personal data.

Use the signal greater impact on the company Apple
users on the other messaging apps like WhatsApp policy and telegrams, then the signal is being shifted. Signal became the No. 1 app in India this week. 

"People will have a lot of options after the new update," WhatsApp said to reassure users amid concerns. All you have to do is message a business and you will be explained in a very transparent way how WhatsApp uses your data.

Read in Gujarat News 

Divyabhaskar News 

Currently very few people shop through WhatsApp, but in the future the number of these people is going to increase and it is good that people are aware of those things from now on. This update does not allow us to share your data with Facebook in any way. '

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