WhatsApp launches new terms and conditions; social media react with memes

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WhatsApp sent a mass message to users of the instant messaging application across the world in order for them to accept its new terms and conditions for 2021 . These guidelines will come into effect as of February 8 of the current year. The notice caused multiple reactions on social networks , in which funny memes were included. We tell you what these changes will be about.

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By selecting ACCEPT, you accept the updated Conditions and Privacy Policy, which will take effect on February 8, 2021. After this date, you must accept the updates to continue using WhatsApp “, reads the message that WhatsApp sent to its users. users.

According to the WhatsApp message, the new terms and conditions are given because the app now belongs to Facebook and other services provided by Mark Zuckerberg . WhatsApp will collect mobile data and business data.

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“The updates include more information on the following:

  • The WhatsApp service and how we treat your data.
  • How businesses can use Facebook’s hosted services to store and manage their WhatsApp chats.
  • How we partner with Facebook to offer integrations in the products of Facebook companies ” , reads the massive message sent by WhatsApp.

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Networks react with memes to the new WhatsApp policies

As expected, the notice unleashed multiple reactions on other social networks. While some condemned that now there will be no “privacy”, others repeated that the safest option will be to use Telegram, there were also those who took the message with fun and launched funny memes. We leave you some reactions:

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