Social media large Meta took motion in opposition to greater than 2.29 crore items of content material created by Indian customers on Facebook and Instagram in November, in keeping with India Monthly Report launched by the corporate on Thursday.
The firm took motion on over 1.95 crore items of content material on Facebook and 33.9 lakh items of content material on Instagram, in keeping with the info shared within the report.
The firm took down over 1.49 crore cases spam content material, adopted by 18 lakh items of content material associated to “Adult Nudity and Sexual activity”, and 12 lakh pertaining to “Violent and Graphic Content” and so on on Facebook by itself.
On Instagram, Meta took motion on 10 lakh items of content material associated to suicide and self-injury, 7.27 lakh posts associated to violent content material, 7.12 lakh grownup nudity and sexual exercise content material, 4.84 lakh posts associated to bullying or harassment, 2.25 lakh items of content material that it recognized as selling “violence and incitement,” moreover motion on different content material that violated its pointers.
Meta acquired 2,368 complaints below the IT Rules of 2021 from Instagram customers, the place the very best variety of complaints was for an account being hacked (939), adopted by pretend profile (891), bullying or harassment (136), content material exhibiting the person in nudity or partial nudity or in a sexual act (94) and so on.
“Of these incoming reports, we provided tools for users to resolve their issues in 1,124 cases,” Meta mentioned.
The firm acted on 555 complaints of pretend profiles, 253 cases of accounts being hacked, 31 bullying or harassment complaints, and 30 cases of content material exhibiting the person in nudity or partial nudity or in a sexual act.
The social media large acquired 889 complaints below the IT Rules of 2021 on Facebook for which it supplied instruments for customers to resolve their points in 511 instances.
Facebook customers principally complained about their accounts being hacked, adopted by misplaced entry to pages that the customers managed, bullying or harassment, and content material exhibiting customers in nudity or partial nudity or in a sexual act, in keeping with the report. The firm resolved all complaints within the cases of customers shedding entry to pages.
However, within the case of pretend profiles, it acted solely on 73 complaints, 40 complaints of hacked accounts, 29 instances of bullying or harassment, and solely 17 complaints of content material exhibiting the person in nudity or partial nudity or in a sexual act, as per the report.
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