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  • WhatsApp raises user age to protect young people
  • WhatsApp raises user age to protect young people
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WhatsApp raises user age to protect young people

WhatsApp has announced plans to raise the age-of-use limit to 16, as EU regulations are implemented to keep young people safe. This taps into the growing demand for tech brands to be transparent about how they use personal data, especially when it concerns young people.

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