The app also has new sections including Transactions and Payments data and location information to provide details on accurate data collection. WhatsApp also includes specific information about business interactions that take place through its messaging app. WhatsApp’s update will take effect on February 8. Users will have to accept these terms and changes to use their WhatsApp accounts after February 8th.
This means that if a user does not accept the new changes, they will lose access to the application. It is noteworthy that the mandatory nature of these new privacy rules was first discovered in December by tracker BetaInfo.
One of the most significant changes in both of these updated privacy policies and terms of service refers to how WhatsApp shares information with Facebook and its affiliates.
However, this time it seems that will not be the case. Similarly, WhatsApp has also updated its website. It provides people with detailed information on exactly what changes have been made. However, this time it seems that will not be the case. Similarly, WhatsApp has also updated its website. It provides people with detailed information on exactly what changes have been made. One of the many changes the company has made is related to the information it collects. The company says that when a user sends a media file to a chat, we temporarily store the media on our servers in an encrypted format to effectively deliver additional forwards.