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Mumbai: WhatsApp is set to update its Terms of Service and privacy policies soon. The popular messaging platform’s in-app notification, on late Tuesday evening, forced users to agree to its new privacy rules or else lose access to the app.
The Facebook-owned messaging app started sending in-app notifications to its users informing them about a change in its Terms of Service and its privacy policy.
“WhatsApp is updating its terms and privacy policy,” the notification sent by the firm to Android and iOS users read.
WhatsApp started trending on Twitter soon after users reported getting the message about its changed policies.
As per the popular messaging app, the company’s new terms of service and privacy policy will go live on 8 February next month. In order to continue using the app, WhatsApp users will have to accept the terms and conditions. If the users do not accept the new terms of service, they will no longer be able to use their WhatsApp accounts from 8 February.

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