After the announcement of advancing the privacy policy, WhatsApp said – the privacy of chat will remain in any case

  WhatsApp said that in the coming weeks a banner will be displayed in the app, which will provide more information.

WhatsApp said that in the coming weeks a banner will be displayed in the app, which will provide more information.

WhatsApp said in an emailed statement, “Based on misleading information and feedback from users, we have deferred the deadline to accept WhatsApp’s new service and privacy policy till May 15.”

New Delhi. Just a few hours after WhatsApp announced its decision to pursue its controversial privacy policy, the instant messaging app, WhatsApp, said on Friday that it had decided to go ahead with its commitment to protect the privacy of personal conversations. Has conveyed to WhatsApp said in a new privacy policy update released last month that it could share users’ data with parent company Facebook and other group companies. After this, the company was engulfed in controversies. Government of India also summoned WhatsApp and asked questions.

After this, users increasingly switched to WhatsApp and switched to competing apps Telegram and Signal. Due to this, WhatsApp had postponed the implementation of the new policy till May. However, now on Friday, the company said that it is moving towards implementing the new policy.

The company will negotiate with the government
WhatsApp said in an emailed statement, “Based on misleading information and feedback from users, we have deferred the deadline to accept WhatsApp’s new service and privacy policy till May 15.” Meanwhile, we will communicate with the government. We are grateful for the opportunity to answer the government’s questions. “WhatsApp said that it has made the government aware of its commitment to privacy of personal conversations.Also read: Bengal: Pamela Goswami, youth leader of BJP caught with cocaine, arrested by police

In a blogpost on Friday, WhatsApp said that in the coming weeks a banner will be displayed in the app, which will provide more information. Users can read it at their own pace. However, the company clarified that it has not made any change in the disputed policy. He said, “We have given it a new look, but the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy remain the same.”



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