WhatsApp disclosed what will happen to users who disagree with the new policy update for handling client information until May 16.
In the event that you don’t accept the new terms after May 15, for half a month you can, get calls and warnings, yet you won’t be able to make calls or send messages from the application.
It isn’t yet clear what will occur after that, yet WhatsApp has another policy for erasing accounts that have been inactive for 120 days. This standard is probably going to apply to accounts whose clients disagree with the new policy.
WhatsApp has been sending metadata to Facebook for quite a long time, and the only new data WhatsApp will now send is payment and transaction data to help Facebook better target advertisements for you across its different platforms.
Back in January, WhatsApp started a solid response in the wake of reporting that it would expect clients to consent to the new standards. Clients started to change to different platforms, including Telegram and Bip. At first, the deadline to accept the new rules was February 8; however, then the deadline for accepting the new policy was deferred until May 15.