Won’t compel users to accept privacy policy till data protection bill comes into impact: WhatsApp tells HC

New Delhi: Whatsapp informed the Delhi High Court on Friday that till the data protection bill comes into drive, it will not compel users to go for its new privacy policy because it has been placed on maintain.

Whatsapp additionally clarified earlier than bench of Chief justice D N Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh that it will not restrict the performance for users who should not choosing new privacy policy within the meantime.

Appearing for the immediate messaging platform, Senior Advocate Harish Salve stated, “We voluntarily agreed to put it (the policy) on hold… We will not compel people to accept.”

Salve stated that Whatsapp would nonetheless proceed to show the replace to its users. Also Read: Blessing in disguise! THIS firm is giving each employee Rs 1.12 lakh as pandemic bonus

The court docket is listening to the appeals of Facebook and its agency WhatsApp towards the single-judge order refusing to cease the competitors regulator CCI’s order directing a probe into WhatsApp’s new privacy policy. Also Read: 

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