WhatsApp will share the user data with parental company

But users who will not agree with ULA will still 'have access' to the messenger

Users who have not agreed to WhatsApp’s new Terms of Use will continue to have access to their account. Parent company Facebook cancels the measure after “talks with authorities and experts”.

A WhatsApp spokesperson told that the platform does not want to limit the functionality of the app for users who have not yet accepted the new terms.

However, the service continues to remind users that they have not yet updated WhatsApp. According to the messaging service, the majority of users have agreed to the terms.

The new terms of use came into effect on 15 May. Through the update, user information will now be shared with parent company Facebook. Users who did not agree would lose access to their WhatsApp account.

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