“These people can not use our service now” Wats app has taken a tough step, consumers fall on consumers
London (daily dings news) Messaging app Wats app has banned the supply of services without parents’ consent for people under 16 years of age in Europe. This ban is set under the Data Protection Act, after which the minimum use of the Wats app has been increased from 13 years to 16 years.
According to foreign media, Watts App’s parent company has applied new regulations for data protection in Europe, under which people under 16 years of age will not be able to use the Messaging App Watts app. The minimum limit for using Watts app in the EU 28 countries was 13 years now, but now under the new law, the old and new users using the Wats app in the EU will be asked if they were over 16 years of age. Whether or not the users who are under 16 years of age will not be able to use this service without their permission.
According to the statement of the Facebook company, this law has not been introduced for those who use the Wats app outside of Europe. A new subsidiary is being set up for European users in Ireland, but does not mean European The union’s data will be stored within the European borders. According to the Utates app, messages sent through their service will be read only by ‘and to &’, only those senders and recipients. These messages can not read the Wats app service itself, because under the new steps the company was not even able to read data, as it could read earlier.
In addition, Watson Account Accounts information or mobile numbers will not be provided to Facebook, which is why the user’s data from Facebook is to be leaked.