There Will Be No Restrictions On Those Who Reject The New Terms

Representatives of WhatsApp Messenger has announced the next changes related to changes in the privacy policy. The company said it will not limit the functionality of those who refuse to accept the new platform rules. Writes about this The Verge.

The company explained that it made this decision after consulting a number of experts and government regulators. However, it will continue to prompt users to adopt new rules in order to enjoy additional features. What options will appear for those who agree is not specified.

At the beginning of the year, WhatsApp announced changes to its privacy policy. These changes allow for the smooth exchange of user data with Facebook. The announcement caused a lot of hype among the messenger users. Because of this, the company had to postpone the implementation of the changes.

Also, in May, representatives of the service said that users who refused to accept the new privacy policy will face limited functionality in WhatsApp. In particular, the company intended to block calls and messages to opponents of the changes.

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