WhatsApp, whose number of users decreased rapidly after the change it dictated, released two new statements regarding the reaction to the update decision.
“WE WILL START UPDATE REMARKS AGAIN”
WhatsApp, “More Information About Our Update” In the article he shared with the title “WhatsApp’We will begin reviewing and reminding users to accept these updates so that they can continue using “ It was said.
“WE ARE WORKING TO REMOVE WRONG UNDERSTANDING”
In the article in question “We’ve encountered a lot of misinformation about this update before” Emphasizing that WhatsApp continues to work intensely to eliminate misunderstandings.
COMMENTED “THEY WILL NOT TAKE BACK”
This article, published on the official blog site of WhatsApp, commented that WhatsApp will not back down despite all the reactions.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU REFUSE AFTER 15 MAY?
EquipmentnewsAccording to the news in; If you decline the new contract terms after May 15th, you will still be able to receive calls and notifications for several weeks, but you will not be able to read or send messages from the app. It is not yet clear what will happen next, but WhatsApp has a new policy of deleting accounts that have been inactive for 120 days. So accounts that do not approve the contract, for 120 days “passive” will be able to return and accept the new contract during this time. However, after 120 days, the contract is not accepted and the account will be automatically deleted if it is not reactivated. This will mean that all your groups, conversations and media will be deleted if you haven’t backed them up until then. For this reason, our recommendation is to back up your entire WhatsApp history if you are in the group that does not want to accept the contract.
WhatsApp, the messaging platform within Facebook, announced on January 15, after the reactions, that it has postponed these new terms from February 8 to May 15.
TURKEYWHATSAPP DECISIONS BY
As in all the world which cause reactions in Turkey for the new confidentiality agreement WhatsApp Competition committee It took action, and in the statement made by the board, it was announced that an official investigation was launched against Facebook and WhatsApp.
The Competition Board was also reported that the obligation to share data with WhatsApp was stopped.
In the article on the website of the Competition Board, the concerns arising from the use of the aforementioned data in other markets where Facebook operates and that it is mandatory for the use of WhatsApp were also listed under Law No. 4054.
SOURCE: NTV, HARDWARE NEWS