As mentioned earlier GizmodoWhatsApp updated this week Support article On their website for more details about the upcoming changes in data protection. While the company reiterates that user accounts will not be deleted, WhatsApp now states that users who reject the new terms will have “limited functionality” on their account.
Starting May 15, users may lose access to some WhatsApp features until they accept the new terms. For example, these users initially lose the ability to access the chat menu. After that, the audio and video calls will stop working and the user will no longer receive notifications of new messages on WhatsApp.
Since WhatsApp announced these changes, so did some users Find alternatives to messaging app. This includes Signal and Telegram, both of which provide end-to-end encryption – not to mention Apple’s iMessage.
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