As a contribution to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law, messaging app WhatsApp has updated its terms and policies for the European Union.
One of the new standards suggests that in order to use WhatsApp in Europe a user’s minimum age should be 16 years. Additionally, WhatsApp has developed new standards of privacy in order to protect the users’ information.
WhatsApp suggests that it does not that it is currently not sharing the user account information and will keep users updated of its future plans.
Furthermore, the ability to download data will reach WhatsApp in a couple of weeks to all the users globally.