- WhatsApp banned 2 lakh accounts
- Steps taken under new IT rules
- Do not spread misleading message even by mistake
New Delhi. The government introduced a new IT law for social media and tech companies. However, there was a lot of opposition in the beginning. But now under this IT law, more than 20 lakh WhatsApp accounts have been banned in India in a month. WhatsApp said that it has banned accounts from May 15 to June 15 for misleading and harmful content. This has been told in the first compliance report of WhatsApp.
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The Facebook-owned instant messaging app reported that 20,11,000 accounts in India with country code +91 have been banned in a month. India accounts for 25 percent of the total accounts banned by WhatsApp globally. WhatsApp reported that globally, an average of 8 million accounts are banned per month.
The reason for banning these accounts by WhatsApp has been told that these accounts used to share harmful content. Those accounts have been banned which used to spread spam on a large scale among the people. At the same time, those accounts have also been banned for whose messages people have filed complaints. At the same time, some accounts have also been banned for objectionable messages.
WhatsApp already has several privacy policies. At the same time, now after the IT rules, the laws have become very strict. If you send large-scale spam messages to other users, your account may be banned. Strict action can be taken against anyone who incites violence or sends objectionable messages.
At the same time, if you threaten or even try to intimidate someone on WhatsApp, then accounts can be banned. If you want to keep the account safe and do not want to ban it, then do not send unnecessary messages to any user. At the same time, do not spread with objectionable and violent messages.