Keeping up with the New IT Rules 2021, Latest WhatsApp User Security Monthly Report published has been done. The report details the actions taken by WhatsApp based on complaints and its own anti-abuse tool during the 46-day period between June 16 and July 31 this year. WhatsApp says that it banned a total of 30 lakh 27 thousand Indian accounts during the stated period. Of this, restrictions on user complaints and actions via India Grievance Officer posts were only 73, and the rest were traced through WhatsApp’s own tools and resources to curb harmful behavior on the platform.
The report states that a total of 594 complaints were received from Indian users during the 46-day period, out of which 316 were ban appeals. In addition, 137 of these complaints were related to account support, and the rest were related to security and product support.
WhatsApp says that abuse detection using its own automated tools operates in three phases of an account’s lifestyle: during registration, during messaging, and in response to negative feedback, which it uses to report and block users. as received. The instant messaging platform says a team of analysts helps these functions evaluate high-level cases and improve efficacy over time. To report any complaints to WhatsApp, users can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or report and block suspicious accounts using the buttons available in the app.