WhatsApp banned over 20 lakh accounts: WhatsApp has reported in the first edition of its monthly report in India that it has banned more than two million WhatsApp accounts of the people of India. The report has been issued after the implementation of new IT rules, Social media under new rules
Companies will have to issue compliance reports every month. In its report, the Facebook-owned messaging app said that it has banned a total of 2 million or two million WhatsApp accounts in India between 15 May 2021 and 15 June 2021.
The company has said that more than 95 percent of these restrictions have been imposed on people who misuse automated messaging, bulk messaging, or spam messages.
WhatsApp banned over 20 lakh accounts
It has been told that WhatsApp has banned about 8 million accounts worldwide this month.
The company has also said that since 2019, the number of accounts getting banned every month has increased significantly, as the company has upgraded its system, due to which the senders of automated messages, bulk messaging are being easily caught.
The company also said that the number of accounts getting banned every month has increased significantly since 2019, as the company has upgraded its system. Due to which the senders of automated messages, bulk messaging is being easily caught.
WhatsApp also said that it received a total of 345 complaints between May 15 and June 15, of which 70 were related to accounting support, 204 related to banning appeal, 8 related to security issues, 43 related to product support. Of these, WhatsApp processed 63 ban appeals.
According to the company, if anyone shares any unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, intimidating, harassing, and hate speech or racial or ethnic discrimination, or otherwise incites any unlawful or unfair practice If he does, his account is banned. Apart from this, even if a user violates the terms and conditions of WhatsApp, his account gets closed. Therefore, share such content with anyone who disturbs someone, in the same way, you will be able to keep your account safe.
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