Let us tell you, users will have to accept the new policy to continue their account. Right now the option of ‘Not Now’ is also visible here, but WhatsApp has given users time till 8 February 2021 to accept the new policy. Till then the policy has to be cleared by the users or else the account will have to be deleted.
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WhatsApp has just released a new beta update for Android (220.127.116.11) and more users are now receiving the in-app announcement about new Terms of Service.
You can temporarily skip now if you need more time, but you will be forced to accept them if you still want to use WhatsApp. https://t.co/NC6FwAUXXe – WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) January 5, 2021
In the updated policy of WhatsApp, some things have been written in the license being given to your company. It states that to operate our services, you use WhatsApp to upload, submit, store, send or receive content worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty free, to use, reproduce, distribute and display the content. , Sublicensable and Transferable licenses.
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