That was due to the fact that WhatsApp made clear in its policy just how many user details it shares with parent company Facebook.
The Facebook-owned messaging network said, “We’ll be doing much more to make our voice clear moving forward.”
At Least until Today, We Have Not Seen WhatsApp Take Any Action to Address This Issue
All that the platform has done so far is publish a few blogs and push advertisements on the app telling users that they have yet to consent to the ToS.
Well, unless WhatsApp decides to extend the deadline last minute, no such news so far, if you don’t accept the updated ToS by May 15, you will not lose any capabilities of the service.
You won’t be able to receive calls or notifications or read or send messages for a short period unless you accept, the firm stated before in an official statement.
What’s the value of only a few minutes? We don’t know that as of now and neither has WhatsApp given any precise details relating to it.
You must notice here that your WhatsApp account will not be canceled unless it remains inactive for more than 120 days.
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