WhatsApp to adopt Welfare laws: The privacy policies for the WhatsApp site, which is run by Meta, were updated last January. In this context, concerns have raised on behalf of various consumer welfare organizations in Europe. In such a scenario, the European Commission last Wednesday set a deadline for WhatsApp to adopt EU consumer welfare laws within a specified time frame.
Not satisfied with the response given on WhatsApp
Commenting on the letter sent to WhatsApp, Deedee Reinders, head of the Consumer Protection Network, said: “Users need to be able to understand the extent to which WhatsApp uses their personal information commercially. In particular, the details of the data provided to the Service Borders should disclosed, ”he said.
WhatsApp said it would respond to the letter promptly. WhatsApp said it had not made any changes to the policy, which updated in January, to the extent that users’ data details would compromised.