It says that the functionality of WhatsApp will become more limited beginning May 15th, and users won’t be able to read or send messages any longer from the app.
They’ll actually have the option to get notifications and calls, however, this may be workable for a “short time.” The company makes sure this period will last a few weeks.
If you don’t accept those policies, you’ll still have the option to receive calls, but not much else.
What the latest policy associate with is text messages would be sent to enterprises, and larger businesses, which may be stored on servers of Facebook, and the data and information collected from WhatsApp may be used for advertising.
The Facebook-owned messaging service, WhatsApp, says that it won’t erase any of its user’s account whoever haven’t accepted May 15th’s new terms, and even after that date, that user will still have the option to agree to the new policy. However, it cautions that after they’re inactive for 120 days, it commonly removes accounts.