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WhatsApp users are forced to follow new rules tomorrow

WhatsApp users are forced to follow new rules tomorrow

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WhatsApp, the world's most widely used messaging platform, is gearing up for profound changes.

Hey WhatsApp Get ready to implement the new rules… and not willingly! The world's most widely used instant messaging app, with more than two billion active users, has been forced to make structural changes to the way it operates. Having said that, and this Thursday, April 11that the new features will take effect.

Therefore, at some point over the next few days, you will be asked to carefully read and accept the new terms. If you do not agree to the new rules, your rules may be suspended. The truth is that this measure promises to give (many) something to talk about. Especially among those who are most skeptical about privacy and data sharing issues. It's time to learn more about why that is.

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What are the changes in WhatsApp?

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So, the main change is that WhatsApp is updating its settings Terms of Service and Privacy Policy During the European Union. The changes in question are responsive Goal The Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act, which require companies to be clearer about how they moderate and deliver content.

The big news includes a new feature for sending WhatsApp messages to third-party apps, clarifications on the functionality of WhatsApp channels and changes to international data transfer mechanisms. Furthermore, the minimum age to use the platform will be lowered From 16 to 13 years. Moreover, this is already the minimum age in almost all parts of the world except the European Union and the United Kingdom.

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