Twitter banned millions of Indian Twitter accounts in a month for allegedly providing offensive and sensitive content.
Twitter And Whatsapp Have Banned
Twitter, WhatsApp have banned millions of accounts for child sexual abuse and sexual content. Between March 26 and April 25, more than 25 lakh Indian accounts promoting child sexual abuse, non-consensual nudity and sexual content were shut down in India. Twitter said on Thursday (June 1). Meanwhile, WhatsApp banned more than 7.4 million accounts in the month of April.
As per IT Rules 2021, WhatsApp issued a statement saying that we have released our report in the month of April 2023. This user-safety report includes user complaints, actions taken by WhatsApp, as well as preventative measures taken in case of abuse on the WhatsApp platform.
WhatsApp actions on multiple accounts
According to the latest monthly report, WhatsApp banned more than 7.4 million accounts in the month of April, of which more than 2.4 million accounts were banned before any user reports.
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Twitter previously banned 6,82,420 accounts in India between January 26 and February 25. Who is promoting non-consensual nudity and child sexual abuse? Elon Musk’s micro-blogging platform also removed 1,548 accounts promoting terrorism on its platform.
Meanwhile, Meta-owned WhatsApp also banned a record 4.5 million accounts in India under the IT Rules 2021 in February. The company said that we will continue to be transparent in our work and include information about our efforts in future reports.
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