The controversial privacy policies that has been renewed by WhatsApp has not been updated
by many users even after extending the deadline to 15th may so so what's up has said that
those users might not faced deletion or lose their account but some of its functionalities may be
reduced if they have not yet accepted the issues such as reduced accessibility to the chat list,
inability to pick up an incoming phone or video call might be faced by the users. They said that
they have given persistent reminders to people and extended the deadline to accept the policies
but even after that the users did not respond. Earlier WhatsApp said that to delete the user
decided.“This will not happen to all users at the same time. You won't be able to access
your chat list, but you can still answer incoming phone and video calls. If you have
notifications enabled, you can tap on them to read or respond to a message or call back
a missed phone or video call,” it said.
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