Good news for WhatsApp users! The company stopped its new policy, said - Indian users will not be affected

separate complaints were noticed by several advocates, the government and others regarding the updated privacy policy of WhatsApp. All of them said that WhatsApp's updated privacy policy is harmful to the privacy and interests of Indians. Facebook and WhatsApp had responded to complaints in the Delhi HC seeking a stay notice in June, but the company had withheld the privacy policy before it was rolled out.

NEW DELHI: WhatsApp told the Delhi High Court on Friday that it has voluntarily stopped its updated privacy policy and that Indian users will not be affected by it. The company has said this during the hearing of a petition by WhatsApp and FB challenging the investigation of WhatsApp's updated privacy policy by the CCI. WhatsApp announced its new privacy policy in January and gave users an ultimatum to sign-up or delete their account. But seeing the confusion or anger among the users, it was stopped. At the same time, in February, a reminder of this policy was sent to the users again with a new message.

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However, separate complaints were noticed by several advocates, the government and others regarding the updated privacy policy of WhatsApp. All of them said that WhatsApp's updated privacy policy is harmful to the privacy and interests of Indians. Facebook and WhatsApp had responded to complaints in the Delhi HC seeking a stay notice in June, but the company had withheld the privacy policy before it was rolled out.

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So let's know the privacy policy of WhatsApp on which there is so much talk. After all, let's also know what WhatsApp has to say to the Delhi High Court-

 

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