Report: New June 19 deadline for these countries to accept WhatsApp’s privacy policy

According to a report from popular WhatsApp feature leaker WABetaInfo, the company’s revised privacy policy has been pushed back to June 19 for users living in countries like Germany and Argentina. — AP

WhatsApp, the world’s most popular encrypted chat application, surprised its users in January when it announced it was modifying its privacy policy to allow parent company Facebook to collect more data about how its users interact with businesses.

While the new privacy policy went into effect around the world on May 15, the company has reportedly extended the update for some users.

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