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WhatsApp is Building a Team in India to Fight Fake News!

After getting so many requests from the users, the social media Giant, WhatsApp has finally decided to build a team in India to fight the Fake News

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Summary: WhatsApp is undoubtedly one of the most popular communication App in India. This top-rated communication app is quite powerful when it comes to communication whether it’s for business talks, plans for trips or even for gossips with your friends. Well, due to the huge number of users, a lot of people uses this awesome medium for spamming and spreading of fake news. The WhatsApp is finally building a team in India to fight fake News. Read the main article in order to learn more about it. 

Main Article: Alright, so tell me this, Who does not use WhatsApp these days? We at the Tech Hundred do, you are here on this page, reading this article on WhatsApp building a team in India to fight fake News. So the chances are that you do as well. Now, if you have been using WhatsApp for quite a while, then you must know that there are a lot of spammers on this platform who spreads fake news. Some of you might have received a fake message this week itself.

This is indeed annoying and due to this a lot of tech blogs and WhatsApp was receiving emails stating the same issue. And finally, the WhatsApp decided to take a step against it. What step, you ask? Well, let us tell you.

WhatsApp building a team in India to fight fake News

Yes, you heard that right. After getting so many requests from the users, the social media Giant, WhatsApp has finally decided to build a team in India to fight the Fake News. The WhatsApp responded to the Indian Government and officially said that they are building a team in India to fight fake News.

Though this will not meet the expectations of government for traceability of the originator of the fake news. But it would still help in identifying a news as fake and reporting it. When contacted, a WhatsApp spokesperson said: “To support our users in India and continue our investment in the country, it’s our top priority to hire a local leader who can help us build a team on the ground.”

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The Company also added – “It’s why we’ve already made significant product changes to help slow the spread of misinformation and are working to educate people on how to spot fake news,”. Just in case you don’t already know, the WhatsApp has also added the Forwarded Message Feature, restricted the number of forwards and also brought out full-page ads giving “easy tips” to spot fake news. The IT MInistry has directed the WhatsApp to bring more effective solutions to this problem.

What do you guys think about this step by WhatsApp? Let us know in the comments below.

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