WhatsApp has put a permanent ban on about 2.4 million accounts in India in July. Meta-owned WhatsApp said that it itself has banned 1.4 million accounts and there have been no reports from users for these accounts.
Work done under IT rules
According to the report of WhatsApp, WhatsApp had banned more than 23,87,000 accounts in India in the month of July. WhatsApp said that both users are banning accounts based on reports through the company’s Grievance Redressal System. It is mandatory to do so under IT rules. At the same time, 18 lakh accounts were banned in March, 16 lakh accounts in April and 19 lakh accounts in May.
WhatsApp is working on a new feature that will allow users to hide their online status. With this new feature, users can get two new options. One of these will be for each person and the other will be the same as the previous one. This will allow users to choose who can see them while online.
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If we talk about WhatsApp, then millions of people around the world use WhatsApp. This app has worked to redefine instant messaging. In today’s time WhatsApp is being used extensively for business, education, entertainment, messaging.