Facebook-owned Whatsapp is soon to make certain modifications in its Terms of Service in 2021. Once these modifications are made, it would become mandatory for the Whatsapp users to accept the Updated Terms of Service. The failure to comply with the afore-mentioned requirement will result in the deletion of a user’s whatsapp account.
Whatsapp will be updating its Terms of Service early next year and the users will get to see the effect of the same starting 8 February, 2021 itself. Users who do not comply with the modified privacy rules would ultimately lose access to their respective Whatsapp accounts.
Whatsapp has officially confirmed this information and has straight away mentioned that the users must either chose to agree or will be losing access to their whatsapp accounts otherwise.
Currently the date provided is 8 February 2021, and after this date, users can either proceed with the new terms or can see their accounts getting straight-away deleted. However, the disclosed date can be changed owing to technical discrepancies. Users can expect the updated terms of service to be disclosed to the public in the upcoming weeks.
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Whatsapp is updating its Terms of Service and will be making it mandatory for the users to accept the same February 8, 2021 onwards. The failure to accept the updated Terms of Service will result in the deletion of the user’s whatsapp account. Accepting to the updated Terms of Service is a compulsory and not a voluntary act as stated by the spokesperson of Whatsapp.