The platform said that there is no universal or unified time limit, after which it will begin to delete accounts, because each user will be processed according to specific circumstances.
The judge sent a notice to the center, Facebook and WhatsApp and asked a lawyer to assert his position. The lawyer claimed that the new policy violated the privacy rights of users under the Constitution.
The center stated at the hearing that this policy violated Indian IT laws and regulations.
0 It stated that it has written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) on this issue and is waiting for a reply. Therefore, it is necessary to maintain the status quo of the implementation of this policy.
WhatsApp opposed the dispute, saying it complies with Indian IT laws and regulations, and added that its policy took effect on May 15 but will not delete the account immediately.
The court listed the matter on June 3 for further trial.