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Modi government in action on WhatsApp’s new policy; Whether you will be affected or not – Deep discussion started in IT Ministry

WhatsApp’s updated privacy policy is being tested by the central government and it is trying to check what its impact is going to be.

The updated privacy policy of WhatsApp is being tested by the Central Government and is trying to check what its effect is going to be. In the updated privacy policy of WhatsApp, there is a continuing debate about the connection of WhatsApp user data to other products and services of Facebook. Internal discussion is going on in the IT ministry on the impact of the new policy of Facebook-owned messaging platform WhatsApp.

According to the IT ministry, this issue should be discussed because many people are raising questions about the updated privacy policy. Many top business leaders including Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma and PhonePe CEO Sameer Nigam have also raised questions about the WhatsApp privacy policy.

IT ministry will decide soon

WhatsApp has more than 400 million users across the country. According to the source, the policy update of WhatsApp will be assessed in the context of the current legal framework. That is, how valid these updates are as per the current Indian laws. The IT ministry has not yet asked for any explanation from WhatsApp, but the source said that it will be decided soon.

Deadline of 8 February to be signed with new policy

After the updated privacy policy of WhatsApp, the dispute on it continues. The social messaging app has updated its terms of service and privacy policy. In this policy, he has told how he processes his user data and shares it with Facebook.

WhatsApp has given its users till 8 February 2021 to sign an agreement with the new policy and the users who are not Agri till this deadline will have to delete their account. However, WhatsApp clarified after some time that neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can read the message sent by the users nor both apps listen to the calling of the users.

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The world’s richest person left WhatsApp

Since the new WhatsApp policy, many users are switching to rival companies. Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, has asked people to adopt signals. In India too, Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma and PhonePe CEO Sameer Nigam have also left WhatsApp and adopted the signal. Since the new policy of WhatsApp, a large number of users across the world are switching to telegram or signal.

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