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WhatsApp accepts EU transparency terms on changes to user terms of service

After a dialogue with European consumer protection authorities and the European Commission, the WhatsApp messaging service, owned by the American company Meta, has pledged to be more transparent about changes to its terms of use.It will also make it easier to reject updates if the user does not agree with them, and it will be more clearly explained whether the rejection may lead to the inability to use the services of the messenger.The messenger has also accepted the terms related to the explanation to the users who can access their data. See also: How chatbots are gaining popularity with businesses and customers.

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