WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock
WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock
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Hong Kong privacy watchdog urges WhatsApp to pump brakes on policy changes, offer alternatives for users

  • WhatsApp has informed its more than 2 billion users that they will need to agree to a new policy allowing it to share data with its parent company, Facebook
  • The move has prompted concerns about how the data might be used, but WhatsApp maintains the information collected will not include the content of messages

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WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock
WhatsApp has notified its users that they have until February 8 to agree to new privacy terms. Photo: Shutterstock
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