WhatsApp’s updated privacy policies will proceed on May 15th after being delayed last month due to user backlash. Many expressed disappointment that WhatsApp will start sharing data to Facebook, though it mostly relates to business-related accounts. Still, this didn’t escape the ire of users who have started migrating to other messaging services.
This should last a few weeks, and if you haven’t accepted the new terms by May 15th, your account will be considered inactive. Note that inactive accounts will be automatically disabled and deleted after 120 days.
The only choices left are for you to accept the new changes and continue using WhatsApp, or download your personal data and chat and migrate to other services. WhatsApp alternative Telegram supports the importing of WhatsApp chats, so you can continue your conversation from the new app.