EU Commission demands WhatsApp clarifies privacy notice changes

08/06/2022 | TechCrunch

The European Commission's Consumer Protection Cooperation Network, which is led by national consumer authorities, has sent WhatsApp a second letter calling for further disclosures regarding the messaging company's use of personal data following changes to its privacy notice. An earlier demand in January was replied to in March. However, the CPC Network "was not convinced by the company's clarifications on the concerns raised" regarding WhatsApp's updates to their terms of service and privacy notice. WhatsApp has until July to respond.

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