WhatsApp will be launching a new campaign to curb fake news, in-COVID-19


Instant messaging platform WhatsApp, on Friday, launched a brand new “make sure you have the parts of the educational campaign, the expansion of its efforts to reduce the spread of false information on the platform in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. This campaign is a simple reminder that it is the responsibility of everyone else to double-check the facts before forwarding e-mail messages to be flat for the misinformation, curve,, WhatsApp me. Also Read – WhatsApp for 2020: How can social messaging app developed in the midst of a global pandemic

It is important to inculcate a behavior that encourages users to get more information about the messages that she received from one of the many ways to achieve the MyGov helpline to receive critical updates, or search the web. Also Read – WhatsApp for not launching it in India, without compliance with the

“This campaign will help bring our collective responsibility and the need to always check before you share information,” Shivnath Thukral, India Head of Public policy for the WhatsApp messenger said in a written statement. Also Read – WhatsApp for ने कोरोनावायरस से जुड़ी फेस न्यूज से निपटने के लिए शुरू की ये सर्विस

WhatsApp will be introducing the MyGov helpline number (+919013151515) last month. To promote the MyGov helpline, and the WhatsApp campaign to bring the precautionary measures people should take to prevent the spread of the COVID or 19, such as coughing into their elbows, stay home, wash your hands, avoid touching your face, and social distancing.

People are going to be able to see all these ads on Facebook and Instagram, and the message on the hotline with one touch, WhatsApp, he said. In an effort to curb false information in connection with the COVID-19, for WhatsApp, with more than 400 million active users in India last month, had said that it would be limited often to the forwarding of the messages to 1 and chat at the same time.

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WhatsApp has had to contend with the scrutiny of the same name, on the platform, are associated with a variety of mob killings in India. The instant messaging service platform, said that over 90 per cent of the messages that are sent between two people, and it has seen a significant increase in the volume of voice and video calls to all over India for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Written with agency inputs


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