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Finally, you can still use WhatsApp despite the rejection of new T&C.

Finally, you can still use WhatsApp despite the rejection of new T&C.

This fuss for such a small person. WhatsApp now confirms that this app can be used even by those who have refused its update as the May 15 deadline has passed.

WhatsApp has been tagging its world for months, ensuring that utility users can no longer access it without agreeing to the new terms and conditions (D&C) before May 15th. Now that the fate date is behind us, service managers explain that despite these popular D&Cs, WhatsApp can finally be used without restriction. Is clicking “Accept” enough to confirm that the majority has resigned?

“In view of recent discussions with various officials and privacy experts, we would like to make it clear that we do not currently plan to limit the functionality of WhatsApp to those who have not yet accepted the update., Finally explained the company (see also Frequently Asked Questions). Instead, we’re constantly reminding users of our update, especially when people use appropriate custom features such as interacting with a business that supports Facebook. ”

WhatsApp has already backtracked, explaining that no account will be deleted if the new data processing policy is not accepted, but reminders about the new TOS will be non-stop. The company said after several weeks some basic functions of the site could no longer be accessed. After user dissatisfaction, WhatsApp also clashed with governments. On May 11, a German data controller banned the processing of WhatsApp users’ personal data on Facebook. Recently, in India, officials pointed out that this new policy violated many laws in the country and asked WhatsApp to back down.

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Finally, these new terms of use allow the exchange of personal data between WhatsApp and Facebook, which can be used to improve services, but also for monetization and advertising purposes. At these last two points, European users need to be protected to some extent in GDP.