Plan revise deadline right now: Whatsapp claims end users will not shed characteristics

Before eventually leaving users with no choice but to delete the app, the statement came as reports indicated that the company could gradually put some functionality out of users’ reach.

Mobile messaging service provider Whatsapp said on Friday that its users will not lose functionality on May 15 if they do not agree to their contentious new privacy policy, confirming that it had pushed back its deadline for a roll-out that initially was meant to leave people with no option but to agree with the policy if they wanted to keep using the app.

Before eventually leaving users with no choice but to delete the app, the statement came as reports indicated that the company could gradually put some functionality out of users’ reach. “Whatsapp is constantly produce an essential method for friends and family to remain in touch during this difficult experience. If they haven’t yet and we’ll be sure to provide reminders at a later time,” a company spokesperson said, while the majority of users have already approved our update, no one will lose functionality on May 15. “We want everyone to learn that this revise fails to affect the privacy of private emails,” the declaration additional.

On Friday, The Guardian reported that beginning May 15, people will be unable to dismiss the screen asking them to accept the new terms, although they will still be able to receive calls, and reply to messages through notifications. “In time, however, even that will be impaired, making customers without choice but to accept the new regulations, or remove their profiles fully,” the report explained.