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Whatsapp To Roll Out New Updated Privacy Policy Soon – Get ready for WhatsApp’s new updated privacy policy

Instant messaging app WhatsApp has been in discussion for some time with its new privacy policy. This messaging app faced opposition from users across the world regarding its privacy policy. Meanwhile, there was a decrease in its popularity and downloading. Users unhappy with the new privacy policy were switching to other messaging apps Signal and Telegram, except WhatsApp. In such a situation, WhatsApp had extended this privacy policy till May 15. Now news is coming that WhatsApp will bring its privacy policy again. This privacy policy has been updated.

Add new terms in privacy policy
According to the latest information, WhatsApp will once again roll out this new privacy policy for users in the coming few weeks. However, this time WhatsApp will bring its policy with more detail, so that there is no confusion among the users about it. WhatsApp has also given this information in its blog post. The blog post states that new terms have also been added to the new privacy policy.

Full information will be given through banner
It is being told that WhatsApp has made complete preparations for its new privacy policy. According to the report, WhatsApp will display a banner related to this policy for users in the coming days. In this banner, users will be given complete information about the new privacy policy. The company has said in its blog post that they are releasing the details of the privacy policy in more detail to eliminate confusion among users.

Part of facebook’s business plan
Please tell that WhatsApp had also made it clear earlier that users who do not accept the privacy policy will not be able to use this app. According to the report, WhatsApp’s new privacy policy is a part of Facebook’s upcoming business plan. In this, the company will use the information of its three social media messaging platforms – Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users for business.

Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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