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The government has asked social media platforms to remove misinformed messages that mislead people and blunt the government’s ongoing campaign against the corona virus epidemic …
A source associated with the case said that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has said that a large number of fake and misinformed audio and video messages are being posted on social media, especially TicTalk, Hello and Facebook. He said that there is a risk of panic and other harm in people due to such false and false messages.
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In a separate statement, the ministry has asked social media companies to remove such content, which adversely affects the government’s campaign against the corona virus. Meanwhile, the Internet and Mobile Federation of India (IAMAI) said on Tuesday that social media companies should issue legal orders to remove any content from their platform. AMAI members include companies such as Facebook, Google, TicketLock, Sharechat. . IAMAI said in a statement that social media companies do not create content or content by themselves. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the user to spread any wrong information using them.
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