The Indian government has requested that WhatsApp pull out the new changes in the privacy policy of the messaging application, saying one-sided changes are not reasonable and satisfactory.

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In an emphatic letter to WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) said India is home to the biggest user base of WhatsApp all around the world and is one the greatest business sectors for its services.

The proposed changes to the WhatsApp Terms of Service and Privacy Policy “raise grave concerns with respect to the suggestions for the decision and self-sufficiency of Indian residents,” it composed.

The service requested that WhatsApp pull out the proposed changes and rethink its way to deal with data protection, opportunity of decision and information security.

Expressing that Indians ought to be appropriately regarded, it stated, “any one-sided changes to the WhatsApp Terms of Service and Privacy would not be reasonable and satisfactory.”

The MeitY letter comes a day after the Delhi High court said that tolerating the new protection strategy of messaging application WhatsApp was a “intentional” thing and one can decide to not join the stage on the off chance that one disagreed with its terms and conditions.

“Indeed, even Google Maps catches all your information and stores it,” the court said.

“It is a private application. Try not to go along with it. It is something intentional, don’t acknowledge it. Utilize some other application,” Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said to the solicitor, a legal counselor, who has tested WhatsApp’s new protection strategy, which was prior scheduled to become effective in February however has now been conceded till May.

The court additionally said it couldn’t comprehend what information would be spilled by the Petitioner and since the issue requires thought, it will be recorded on January 25 because of lack of time on Monday.

The central government additionally concurred with the court that the issue should be investigated.

WhatsApp and Facebook, spoke to by senior supporters Kapil Sibal and Mukul Rohatgi, told the court that the request was not viable and a significant number of the issues brought up in it were with no establishment. They further told the court that private talk messages among loved ones would remain scrambled and can’t be put away by WhatsApp and this position would not change under the new strategy.

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The change in policy would just influence the business chats on WhatsApp, they said.