Back in December 2020, WhatsApp had started sending an in-app notice to its users about the terms of services update. As per the notice, users have to agree with the revised terms of services to continue using WhatsApp.
Following its decision, numerous WhatsApp users have started finding an alternate messaging app because of the confusion with WhatsApp’s revised policies. Now, new information coming on this matter which you need to know.
According to the latest news, the Indian government has written a strongly worded letter to WhatsApp CEO asking WhatsApp to withdraw the controversial privacy updates for its users.
Adding to this, the government also asked for clarifications to WhatsApp about how user data is collected, used, and shared to Facebook and any associated companies.
As per the previous reports, WhatsApp has decided to revise the date on which people have to review and accept the Terms of Service because the company learned that there’s too much confusion around the updated terms of services.