WhatsApp already asked you to confirm that you have more than 16 years of age to continue to use it

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    The GDPR (or RGPD) shall be complied with in a month and most of the Internet companies are finalizing the details. Facebook forces you to reviewing a long-form, Instagram already lets you download your data, and now it is the turn of WhatsApp.

    The european users have already begun to receive the notice informing them about the terms of use of the application, and forcing them to confirm that you are over 16 years old to be able to continue using the application. serve something or not, this is another topic.

    Accept the terms


    For to comply with the GPDR, WhatsApp does not need a form as complex as the Facebook (despite the fact that you would like to, still not share your data with Facebook), but has taken the opportunity to display a reduced version of their terms of use.

    The text is limited to comment on the relationship between Facebook and WhatsApp, highlighting that at no time shared with Facebook none of your messages, photos or account information is shared with Facebook. Of time is not used to enhance the experience on Facebook or show you more relevant ads, and if in the future this changes, you will need to ask permission unequivocally.

    And confirm be over 16 years old


    you Still have time to pensártelo, as above you see the text NOW, with which you can leave the process for later, even though you will have to answer to the only question available before may 25. You will check the box Confirm that you are at least 16 years of age to highlight OK.

    while it is true that nobody reads the terms and conditions, this box meets the condition of the GDPR not to be ambiguous. Of course, will not stop at all, that those who are less age please check the box and continue using WhatsApp, but they will be for violating the terms of use and therefore the risk to lose the account.

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    The news WhatsApp you to ask you to confirm that you have more than 16 years of age to continue to use it was originally published in Xataka Android by Ivan Ramirez .

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    WhatsApp already asked you to confirm that you have more than 16 years of age to continue to use it
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    April 26, 2018

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