WhatsApp is the most used social media platform which has around 1.5 billion active users. For your information, let us tell you that WhatsApp messenger is a cross-platform messaging and Voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by Facebook. Almost all of us use WhatsApp messenger to chat with our friends.
Do you know WhatsApp is removing at least two million accounts
Each month for bulk or automated behavior and over 75 per cent of those without recent user reports.
This is all done during elections because many people would send messages in bulk.
“While there are many actors trying to abuse the free service we provide, we are constantly advancing our anti-abuse operations to keep the platform safe,” WhatsApp said in a statement on Thursday.
Let us tell you that Whatsapp will be removing the accounts of those who are sending messages in bulk.
“We’re able to detect and ban many accounts before they register a” preventing them from sending a single message. Roughly 20 per cent of account bans happened at registration time,” the company informed.
WhatsApp which has over 200 million users in India aims to understand the behavioural cues indicating bulk registrations.
“For example, our systems can detect if a similar phone number has been recently abused or if the computer network used for registration has been associated with suspicious behaviour,” it added.
As part of establishing its operations in India, WhatsApp said it has identified a Grievance Officer who can be contacted directly if a user has a concern about their WhatsApp experience and is unable to report it through other channels.
WhatsApp said it facilitated training for political parties in states that went into elections in 2018.
“We will expand this effort and work with the Election Commission of India in the lead up to the national election this year,a said WhatsApp.
WhatsApp recently hired Abhijit Bose to lead India operations who will grow a local team that can further develop relationships with civil society and respond to the government on a timely basis.
“This team will include local legal, policy and business teams that can work with our Indian partners on common goals, such as increasing financial inclusion and digital literacy across India,” it added.
So be aware! If you are also doing this then your account will also get banned!
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