Plandemic video was removed after viral on social media (symbolic photo)
Top social media companies like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, twitter, tiktok and Sharechat have been given written instructions to control fake news …
The advisory states that the outbreak of coronavirus has now become a matter of global concern and there are reports that there has been a trend to spread misinformation and share inaccurate data related to the virus, which is causing panic among the people.
The government has asked the social media company to start awareness campaigns as well as to promote authentic information about Kovid-19. The government also asked social media platforms to make users aware not to upload or broadcast false news regarding coronavirus. Pawan Duggal, one of the country’s top cyber law experts, said that groups of cyber criminals are spreading terror and the Indian government is helpless.
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Government launches WhatsApp chatboat
Along with the awareness message about Corona virus, fake messages are also being spread widely. In such a situation, the Government of India has created a WhatsApp chatbot ‘MyGov Corona Helpdesk’ to stop such news and provide correct information related to it. Through this chatboat, users will be able to ask any questions related to COVID-19 on WhatsApp.