WhatsApp over the course of past one year, has faced a lot of flak for being unable to contain the spread of bulk and misleading messages on its platform. The company so far has relied on its system to ban the accounts that bulk or automated behavior on its platform. But now the company is going a step further in its fight against the accounts that display such behavior by suing the WhatsApp accounts associated with such behavior.
The company, ahead of the Indian Lok Sabha Elections 2019, had also placed a number of restrictions within the app to restrict users from sharing bulk messages containing misleading information. However, a Reuters investigation found out that the digital marketing firms were using a $14 (Rs 970) tool to bypass WhatsApp's restrictions and send bulk WhatsApp messages to users.
Top security and privacy feature that every WhatsApp user needs to know Over the years, WhatsApp has improved the platform with new features such as video calling and stickers. Of late, WhatsApp has increased focus on bettering its security and privacy features, especially after it was widely criticized over the spread of fake news and misinformation. Two-step verification is possibly the easiest way to add another layer of security to your account. Google
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