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WhatsApp’s new privacy policy postponed for 3 months, account will continue even after February 8

WhatsApp's new privacy policy has been banned for three months. Users now have time till 15 May 2021 to review the new privacy policy.

WhatsApp, which is facing opposition to the new rules and regulations around the world, has made a big announcement on Privacy Policy on Friday. Messaging app WhatsApp has announced that it has postponed the privacy policy postpone till May 2021. Please tell that before 8 February, WhatsApp users were required to accept the privacy policy. It was being said that the new rules would not be accepted, but the users would not be able to use their WhatsApp account.

WhatsApp has written on its blog post that we are hearing that a lot of confusion has arisen regarding our latest update. In the blog post, we have further said that we are extending the date. On 8 February, no user’s account will be suspended or deleted. While clarifying earlier, WhatsApp said that we cannot see your private messages or listen to your calls and neither can Facebook.

After the ongoing controversy over WhatsApp privacy, many users started deleting this app from their phones. Which benefited the social messaging app Telegram and Signal. After the ongoing controversy over WhatsApp privacy, many users started deleting this app from their phones. Which benefited the social messaging app Telegram and Signal. During this time Tesla chief Elon Musk jumped into the debate and proposed to use signal to the people. After which the count of users downloading Signal App in India increased significantly. 

 

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