WhatsApp surprisingly postpones the announced changes to terms and conditions to May 15. The background is that the company now wants to counteract the “confusion” that has arisen in relation to the suspected data exchange with Facebook.
WhatsApp has not caved in but just wants to better explain what you are actually planning and want to allow yourself with the terms and conditions. WhatsApp now says it will take advantage of the three-month delay before the terms and conditions go into effect to better communicate both the changes in its new policy and its longstanding privacy practices around personal chats, location sharing and other sensitive data. “We are now moving the date on which people will be asked to review and accept the terms and conditions,” says the blog post.
No change in the EU
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