The administration of Facebook’s WhatsApp platform has initiated measures for gradual restriction of some services, including messages and communications, for users who have refused the updated use agreement.
On May 11, the company published a report stating that notifications of the need to approve the update will be non-refusal within several weeks, “and from this time on, WhatsApp services will be restricted until the update is accepted,” indicating that the time period will be different for users.
The company indicated that users who would refuse to authenticate the updated agreement will be denied access to the mailing list and respond to communications.
And the management of “WhatsApp” previously announced that it had signed a usage agreement, in which it added a clause on the transfer of personal data of users to “Facebook”, which includes this application, in order to analyze their tendencies and habits in the interest of the other platforms of the company.
This action sparked anger and resentment among WhatsApp users all over the world, as they began to cancel their registration on this platform, and moved to other social networking applications, especially Telegram.