According to the New Delhi, March 1 (PTI) most recent India monthly report of the popular messaging platform, Meta-owned WhatsApp banned 2.9 million accounts in January.
The “user-safety report” includes information on user complaints received and WhatsApp’s response to them, as well as WhatsApp’s own proactive steps to prevent abuse on our network.
According to the most recent Monthly Report, WhatsApp banned over 2.9 million accounts in January, according to a source.
According to the research, up to 2,918,000 WhatsApp accounts were banned between January 1 and January 31, 2023, and 1,038,000 of those accounts were removed proactively, before any user complaints.
A +91 phone number can be used to identify an Indian account.
“WhatsApp not only addresses user complaints and takes appropriate action in response through the grievance channel, but it also makes use of tools and resources to stop harmful activity from taking place on the platform.
We lay a special emphasis on prevention because we think it is much preferable to prevent bad behaviour from occurring in the first place than to discover it after harm has already been done “mentioned in the report.