In a statement to The Next Web on Saturday, WhatsApp said it would not limit functionality even if users had not accepted the policy.
“In light of recent discussions with various data protection authorities and experts. We would like to make it clear that we currently have no plans to limit WhatsApp’s functionality to those who have not received updates,” WhatsApp said.
Users’ Reaction after WhatsApp Policy
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WhatsApp is now also facing failure in Germany after the country tried to block the new policy. If Germany finds the update illegal, it could block the new policy for three months. Facebook is considering rejecting the order.
On May 25, WhatsApp announced that it would not restrict consumer accounts in India for not accepting the policy.
WhatsApp claims that its new policy will only affect users who interact with the company. The private messages will remain safe.
“We hope this approach will empower all consumers, whether they want to interact with a company or not.”
Even after ensuring that business-focused updates and consumer communications will remain private and secure. There is news for users leaving WhatsApp at its peak in favor of competing platforms.