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Any users interpreted it as Facebook attempting to obtain more personal data, and a vast number of people flocked to competing messaging applications such as Telegram and Signal - though this does not actually imply that they started using WhatsApp. WhatsApp had to retract the update and state that more time will be provided. It's worth noting that it didn't mean the problem would go anywhere.

now 

WhatsApp now uses a banner at the top of the Chats list to remind users to adhere to the terms and conditions in a more discreet manner. It will reappear after a while if you press the x to close it.

The customer acknowledges the new Terms of Service by pressing Agree, and he will continue to use the app until February 8, 2021. (note: this date may be subject to change). If you don't like the updates, you will remove your WhatsApp account from the Settings section of WhatsApp.

In the coming weeks, new Terms of Service will be announced.

what information does Facebook have


So, what information does Facebook have from WhatsApp?
Facebook does receive "some small data" from WhatsApp, such as the phone number you enter while logging in and information about your mobile device. This knowledge is accessible to many smartphones.





other applications

"We appreciate that some users will want to look at other applications to see what they have to offer," the company says. "We've seen some of our rivals say they can't access people's messages when, in reality, if an app doesn't provide end-to-end encryption by default, they can read the messages." Telegram is clearly in the spotlight here, as it does not have end-to-end encryption by default, but it is available as an alternative. Signal, on the other hand, is more secure and uses encryption.


continue using WhatsApp


Is it enough for me to agree to continue using WhatsApp?

Yes, in a nutshell. There is a deadline of May 15th, but you can agree at any time after that. If you don't consent to the revised conditions, your account would not be wiped, according to WhatsApp "You won't be able to use WhatsApp to the maximum potential before you approve. You'll be able to answer calls and updates for a limited period, but you won't be able to read or write messages from the computer." No, no.


You can export your chats until the deadline if you wish to leave.



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