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Government warns Whatsapp

 

Government warns Whatsapp

The ongoing controversy over WhatsApp’s new Privacy Policy is not over. WhatsApp has implemented its new privacy policy in many countries, including India, since May 15. The controversy has been going on for five months. The Delhi High Court had sought a reply from the Center and WhatsApp on WhatsApp’s policy. Meanwhile, government sources said that WhatsApp has been warned by the government.

The government has said it will take strict action if WhatsApp does not withdraw its new privacy policy.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has ordered WhatsApp to withdraw its new policy. A letter from the ministry in this regard has also been sent on May 18.

In a letter sent to WhatsApp on May 18, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said that WhatsApp’s new privacy policy would end the right of Indian users to security, data security. The letter said that millions of Indian users rely mainly on WhatsApp for communication. The company has proved irresponsible by implementing WhatsApp’s new policy.

WhatsApp’s new Privacy Policy is currently under consideration in the Delhi High Court. The ministry has made it clear that WhatsApp’s new policy violates many Indian laws. The ministry has asked WhatsApp to respond within seven days and also said that strict action could be taken against WhatsApp if a satisfactory reply is not received.

ગુજરાતીમાં વાંચવા માટે અહિ ક્લિક કરો

WhatsApp’s privacy policy came into effect on May 15. WhatsApp has said that if you do not accept its new privacy policy, it will not delete your account but will gradually shut down all features.

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