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The application “WhatsApp” owned by Facebook announced the postponement of the amendment of privacy rules after user protests, indicating that there is a lot of wrong information about it. The application said, in a statement today (Friday), that no account will be suspended or deleted on the eighth of next February as scheduled, and that the company is committed to defending the security technology. He added that the company will do more work to clarify the wrong information about how privacy and security work, and will then move to review the policy before new work options become available on May 15th.
It is reported that the new updates that angered users would have allowed the sharing of user data with the company “Facebook”, in addition to allocating a space for interaction with ads.