Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp has released its second “User Safety Monthly Report”. It states that WhatsApp has banned the WhatsApp accounts of more than 3 million Indian users during a period of 46 days from June 16 to July 31. The company claims that these accounts have been banned in the interest of preventing online abuse.
Please note that these restricted accounts also include accounts processed through the company’s own prevention and detection methods and from user reports. Thus, WhatsApp has banned a total of 30,27,000 accounts.
The popular instant messaging app has said that its main focus is to prevent accounts from sending automatic bulk spam on a large scale. In addition to behavioral cues, the company has also focused on unencrypted information such as reports, profile photos and group photos and descriptions by users, in addition to deploying advanced AI tools and resources to detect and prevent abuse on the platform. All their users can feel as much security as possible.
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Apart from this, WhatsApp also said that more than 3 million WhatsApp accounts have been banned just because they used to do automatic or bulk messaging, while the rest have been banned due to reports. Along with this, it has also been told that requests have also been received from users to restore their accounts.
WhatsApp has said that during this period a total of 594 complaints have been received from users related to various issues like ban appeal, product support, account support, safety support. Of these, corrective action was taken in 74 cases out of which 73 were appeals to ban.
Between 15 May and 15 June also 20 accounts were removed
Let us tell you that before this Facebook-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp also announced between May 15 and June 15. Accounts of more than 20 lakh Indian users banned Imposed.
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Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp has released its second “User Safety Monthly Report”.