My favorite example for this is whatsapp.
Somewhat around May 2014 I got notified that terms had been changed and that I have to accept them and update whatsapp.
Since this was just some days after facebook bought whatsapp I tried to read these terms I had to accept.
But there was no link in the message or any info about where to read them up.
The funny thing is, even today (March 17th, 2016) the bottom line still states:
Date Last Modified:
This Privacy Notice was last modified July 7th, 2012
So in the playstore of whats app it isn't even linking to a changed version. but since 1 billion people accepted the change of terms, I'm curious am I the only one of 1billion users who would like to know what he has accepted?
Or am I the only one who is just to stupid to find the changed version everyone else accepted?
A little update on my request to the support.
After sending the mail about 1 week ago, I got now an answer in which I get explained that the issues I'm experiencing are caused by my device since it isn't supported and I should consider switching to an supported device.
So it looks like they are ignoring my request about it totally... even for an automated answer its rude to let me wait a week. any ideas where else to take the request? They actually answered me that "the issues I'm experiencing" are due to my not supported device.