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WhatsApp is one of the most popular online chatting applications, used by millions daily.

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WhatsApp is one of the most popular online chatting applications, used by millions daily.
However a recent update earlier this week has sent shockwaves throughout its userbase, as the application is now giving users until February 8 to read and agree to its new terms and conditions.
Those that do not will have their accounts terminated.
These new terms include: Collecting user financial data, better integration with the Facebook products group, and granting greater authority with commercial activities…

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