Updated: May 17, 2021 11:22:06 am
So, as netizens near the end of the deadline to accept the updated rules, they are sharing their feelings through memes.
With the Facebook Inc company sending “persistent reminders” to users, some took to social media to express their anger. While others firmly said they’ll not be accepting the new policy and move over to a different platform, sharing hilarious memes. But what really got everyone talking online was how most have had to accept the new terms and policies, summing up their emotions using relatable memes.
#WhatsApp wants users to accept its updated policies
People in India right now : pic.twitter.com/rk3c3JJ0Z9
— Mr. Stark (@Mr_Stark_) May 14, 2021
— Sai Teja (@csaitheja) May 14, 2021
— SURYA (@Suryasaharan) May 14, 2021
— Dr. Maninee 💜 (@MajhiManinee) May 14, 2021
— Bhargavi Patel (@p_bhargavi_) May 14, 2021
— FARAK🏹🚜 (@FARAK_he) May 14, 2021
— Ankit Patel (@iamanky99) May 14, 2021
WhatsApp Headquarters : pic.twitter.com/uJf1hyDKlE
— Rahul (@Rahulismm) May 14, 2021
— Prakhar Saxena (@Yesitsprakhar) May 14, 2021
STILL listening Gossip pic.twitter.com/2cwvCboyyH
— Dhiraj marshainy🌕🌘🌜 (@DhirajMarshainy) May 14, 2021
— Rishabh shah (@Pun_Intended___) May 14, 2021
— Naveen (@Naveen__1) May 14, 2021
— Vikas Passi (@kaalisinghdaaku) May 14, 2021
Announcing it in January this year, WhatsApp had delayed the new policy launch to May from February after facing a backlash worldwide. It also later clarified that the new policy is not a breach in privacy or one’s security and that the company still can’t read users chats.
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