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World’s most popular and widely used messenger app: Whatsapp is facing a bad situation in India. As per IndiaTimes reports, Whatsapp can be banned in India.
People have been killed due to fake messages, and hatred originating from Whatsapp users, and Govt. of India had made their position clear on this.
2018 is very different for WhatsApp compared to its other operating years. From commercialising WhatsApp Business to announcing in-app Ads, the Facebook-owned company has changed much in the last couple of years.
Meanwhile, we will share 4 features from Whatsapp, which have been developed to stop the spread of fake news and hatred messages.
In a blog post, Whatsapp has announced that from now, users will be allowed to forward only 5 messages - This can be forwarded to 5 groups, or 5 users.
In the last 24 hours, two very important things have happened: Whatsapp has rolled out their forward message label for all users, and published full page advertisements across leading newspapers to create more awareness.
This new feature will not send any information to any external servers, and will check the authenticity of the link shared via their internal database.
It seems Whatsapp is indeed serious about this activity, and they have taken some concrete steps to solve this major social problem. Will it work?
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