The messaging app did not change its policy, but Brazilians will be able to use the messaging tool for 90 days before agreeing to the new terms as authorities investigate implications to users.
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Agencies want the messaging service to address points relating to consumer and data protection rights as well as competition.
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Changes relate to areas such as account holder data sharing consent and greater control around updates to shared information.
Consumer protection body Idec notified several organizations with unanswered questions over privacy rights and data protection.
The platform enables the assessment of potential security and privacy gaps and aims to educate professionals working with data processing.
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