According to the company, it has checked the content as per its policy and a total of 120 reports have been processed under the new IT Rules, 2021. Apart from this, 67 reports have been investigated, but no action has been taken on them. For Instagram, the company received a total of 1,377 complaints through their Indian complaint mechanism. Of all the reports received, Meta resolved 982 cases, and helped users. With respect to the other 395 reports, Meta checked the content in accordance with its policies and took action on a total of 274 reports. The company said that the remaining 121 reports have also been investigated, but no action has been decided on them. Now there is also a question that why Meta is investigating all this? The answer is linked to the new IT Rules 2021. As per the new IT Rules 2021, it is mandatory for digital and social media platforms with more than 50 lakh users to submit monthly compliance reports.
Tech News Desk – Meta has removed 32 million pieces of content from its platform in India. It has removed 29.2 million pieces of useless content from Facebook and over 2.7 million pieces from Instagram. Here we are talking about the month of October. The company has removed 3.2 crore content in the month of October. It is reported that the company has removed this content in October under Facebook’s 13 and Instagram’s 12 policies. Between October 1 and 31, META received a total of 703 complaints through its Indian complaint mechanism. Action has been taken on some of these complaints. The company said it has provided tools to users to resolve 516 complaints. Due to complaints received from users, 32 million pieces of content have been removed. These complaints have been received by the company through the complaint mechanism. META has received a total of 703 complaints. Out of these, the company has helped the users by resolving 516 issues. It was further informed that out of these, 187 reports required special investigation.