Facebook's instant messaging app WhatsApp said Thursday that it will be available from the end of the month starting Thursday the 15th amid pressure to identify the source of the illegal and provocative messages. Illegal organizations accused of lynching and other crimes based on fake viral news to share the first news source say their wide range of activities are based on information gathered through technical means and user feedback.
Action in India is important. That's because nearly a quarter of WhatsApp's monthly global bans have been caused by malicious behavior. Although the company challenged the traceability provisions of the Delhi High Court, it was disclosed under the new IT regulations.
WhatsApp says it has the tools and resources to prevent "malicious behavior" on its platform. “We put a lot of emphasis on prevention because we believe that preventing malicious acts is much better than detecting damage after it has been done. Abuse detection works in three phases of an account's lifestyle. The answer lies in user message and blocking."
The company said a “team of analysts augments these systems” to evaluate edge cases and help improve effectiveness over time.WhatsApp states that “we place great emphasis on customer feedback” when working with experts to prevent misinformation, ensure cybersecurity, and maintain electoral integrity.
“We are a leader in end-to-end message encryption services to prevent and control abuse. In addition to security and control capabilities, engineers, data scientists, analysts, researchers and law enforcement professionals, online security and technology developments are tracking these efforts. allows users to block a contact and let the app notify you of problematic content and contacts. "
In its User Complaints Report, Facebook reported that it received 646 complaints, including 198 cases of “account hacking”, 174 cases of “other problems”, 73 cases of “fake account” and 36 cases of “nudity / partial disclosure” during that time. same period. ". Nude or Sexual Poses.Of these… we provided tools for users to resolve their issues in 363 cases… Of the other 297 reports where specialized review was needed, we reviewed content as per our policies." Of those, we took action on 47 pieces of content in total. The remaining 250 reports were reviewed but may not have been actioned due to the reasons explained above,” Facebook said.
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