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WhatsApp's new privacy policy

WhatsApp's new privacy policy:  Central government's affidavit in Delhi High Court says company pressures users for policy, opposes law

The Center on Thursday filed an affidavit in the Delhi High Court on WhatsApp's new privacy policy. The Center has told the High Court that WhatsApp is misusing its capabilities. Users are being pressured for a policy. The company is sending frequent notifications to its users. It is against the order of the Competition Commission of India dated March 24, 2021. The Center has demanded that the court issue an interim order on the notification issued regarding the new privacy policy.


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The new policy is being imposed on users:
WhatsApp's privacy policy has been implemented in many countries, including India, since May 15. The government has also opposed the new policy. But so far no change has been seen. The government has since told the court that WhatsApp is imposing its new policy on users and is adopting a different trick to get users to accept it. The company is cleverly trying to get users to accept the policy before the data protection bill becomes law.

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The central government has opposed
WhatsApp's new privacy policy. In a letter to WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said that India is WhatsApp's largest user base and largest market globally. The change in WhatsApp's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy has raised serious concerns among Indian citizens about choice and autonomy. The ministry has asked to withdraw the changes made in the policy.

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What is WhatsApp's new policy?
WhatsApp users who can upload, submit, store, send or receive content. The company can use it anywhere. The company may also share that data. It was previously claimed that users would not be able to use their account if they did not agree with the policy. In the end, however, the company considered it optional.

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