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What will happen to users who don't agree to WhatsApp's privacy changes

What will happen to users who dont agree to WhatsApps privacy changes

San Francisco: If a user don't agree to WhatsApp's new privacy policy update will not be able to read or send messages from WhatsApp says a report. according to the report. But the user will be able to receive calls and notifications from WhatsApp, according to the report.

Facebook-owned WhatsApp, In an email to one of its merchant partners, reviewed by TechCrunch, said it will "slowly ask" such users to comply with the new terms "in order to have full functionality of WhatsApp" starting May 15.

If the users still don't accept the terms, for a few weeks, these users will not be able to read or send messages from the app.

In the note, WhatsApp linked to a newly created FAQ page that says its policy related to inactive users will apply after May 15, TechCrunch reported.

WhatsApp's policy for inactive users states that accounts are acegenerally deleted after 120 days of inactivity."

Last week, WhatsApp reiterated that personal messages will always be end-to-end encrypted and the company can't read or listen to them.

In a new blog post, WhatsApp said that in the coming weeks, it will display a banner in its main platform providing more information that people can read at their own pace.

"We've also included more information to try and address concerns we're hearing. Eventually, we'll start reminding people to review and accept these updates to keep using WhatsApp," the company said.

Recently, the Supreme Court of India had issued notice to WhatsApp and Facebook on a plea against its new privacy policy which has now been deferred till May 15.

(From IANS with edits)

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