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WhatsApp has voluntarily banned the new privacy policy, information given in Delhi High Court

WhatsApp told the Delhi High Court on Friday that the company has put its new privacy policy on hold for the time being.

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court heard the petition filed regarding the new privacy policy of WhatsApp. During this, WhatsApp told the court that it has put the new privacy policy on hold at its own volition for the time being.

There will be a ban till the implementation of the Data Protection Bill
WhatsApp said that until the data protection bill is implemented, the company will not force its users to choose a new privacy policy. Along with this, the company also said that there will be no restriction or restriction on customers who do not follow the new privacy policy.

Delhi High Court refuses to interfere in CCI investigation
The Delhi High Court was hearing a petition by WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook, in which the single bench refused to interfere in the CCI’s investigation against the new privacy policy. In fact, on June 23, a single bench of the Delhi High Court had refused to stay the CCI’s notice seeking certain information from Facebook and the messaging app in connection with the investigation of WhatsApp’s new privacy policy.

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Is there a separate policy for India-Europe: High Court
During the hearing, the Delhi High Court told WhatsApp that there is an allegation against you that you want to collect data and give it to your other companies, but you cannot do it without the consent of the other party. The court said that the allegation is also that you have a different scale for India. Do you have different policy for India and Europe?

Will make a separate policy after approval from Parliament: WhatsApp
On this, WhatsApp said that we have made a commitment that we will not do anything till the law comes from Parliament. If Parliament allows us to make a separate policy for India, we will make that one too. If it doesn’t, then we will consider it too. The company said that if Parliament allows me to share the data, then the CCI cannot say anything.


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