IT regulations that came into force in May last year require large digital platforms to publish compliance reports every month. The report details the complaints received and the action taken against them. According to a recent report, out of 21.6 million actions taken against Facebook, 14.9 million were in the spam category, 2.5 million in the violent and graphic content category, and 2.1 million in the adult pornography and sexual activity category, the report said. That between March 1 and March 31, the Indian grievance system received 656 reports and Facebook responded to all of them.
Tech News Desk- Meta-owned Facebook processed around 21.6 million content in India during March. According to the social media giant’s monthly report, action was taken in 13 violation categories. These categories include spam, bullying and harassment, hostile towards children, dangerous organizations and individuals, violent and graphic content, and adult pornography and sexual activity. According to the recently released India Monthly report by Meta, Facebook has Actions were taken against 21.6 million content across categories between March 1-31, 2022. During this time Instagram processed about 2.7 million content across 12 categories.