European Union consumer groups have filed a complaint against Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp over privacy updates. Groups say WhatsApp is unfairly pressurizing users to accept a new privacy update and is in violation of EU rules.
WhatsApp is forcing customers
Monique said, ‘They are telling users that their app service will be stopped if they do not accept the new terms. Yet consumers do not know what they are actually accepting. The BEUC and consumer rights groups from eight member states have filed complaints with the EU Executive Commission and the network of consumer authorities.
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