According to Federation of German Consumer Organizations CEO Klaus Müller, “Companies’ conditions are often long and difficult to understand for consumers” and “That the millions of German WhatsApp users don’t have to also read them in a foreign language, is an important signal to other foreign firms.”
Moreover, the court said that the application violated the German Telemedia Act, for not allowing users to directly contact a company representative in Germany, in order to get answers when they had problems or concerns.
Now, we’re waiting to see if WhatsApp will be able to appeal again, but this time, the war would be moved in the federal Supreme Court, as in Berlin, the company no longer can appeal. WhatsApp hasn’t commented on this problem yet, but we’re pretty sure that soon, we’ll hear more information from the representatives.
However, German users and not only, who want to install the latest beta update on their Android devices, are able to download version 2.16.89 directly from the Google Play Store.
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