WhatsApp’s new terms and conditions have been proposed and have been since the start of this year immediately controversial. Those who agree, allow data sharing between WhatsApp and parent company Facebook. This sharing of data does not apply to European users, as it is prohibited in the EU.
Accept the terms
Anyone who wants to continue using WhatsApp will have to agree to the new terms. Otherwise, you will not be able to read or send messages from May 15th, WhatsApp reports on its website. “For a short time you can still receive calls and notifications, but you cannot read or send messages through the app,” WhatsApp said.
Long-term inactive WhatsApp accounts will eventually be deleted: this will happen after four months of inactivity. After May 15, it is still possible to accept the new terms and conditions without any problems, provided users do not wait more than four months.
WhatsApp has activated the introduction new conditions from February 8 to May 15. The company raised misunderstandings among users and wanted to provide more information.
Telegram and signal
Many users have been looking for alternatives to WhatsApp lately. Competitors Telegram and Signal suddenly hit the top of the list in January most popular apps Sure.
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