WhatsApp Bans 2.2 Million Indian Accounts: Instant messaging app WhatsApp has been looking serious at its terms and conditions for quite some time now. In a few months, the company has also shown this by blocking many millions of accounts.
Some time ago, Facebook reported that more than 3 million WhatsApp accounts were banned in India between June and July. At the same time, this time news has come out that WhatsApp has banned more than 22 lakh WhatsApp accounts in September. This has been disclosed in the company’s monthly report.
WhatsApp Bans 2.2 Million Indian Accounts
It is being told that WhatsApp accounts have been banned; they broke the rules. Keeping in mind the safety and security of its users, WhatsApp has banned those users who violated the rules. WhatsApp’s user safety report has revealed that the total number of banned accounts is 22 lakh 9 thousand. If you also do not want to be included in this list, then let us know those things so that you, too, can avoid the ban.
How to keep your account safe?
If someone is illegal, obscene, defamatory, threatening, intimidating, harassing, and hate-mongering or racial or ethnic discrimination or shares any wrong or unlawful content, then his account is banned. If you also want to keep your account safe, then do not do them at all.
How to make a complaint related to WhatsApp
Suppose you are also troubled by any message, media or person found on WhatsApp who can inform the WhatsApp Grievance Officer, i.e. Grievance Officer, of this app. Complaints related to WhatsApp can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and their official phone number is 1800-212-8552.
At the same time, Post Box No. 56. Road No. 1, Banjara Hills. Hyderabad – 500 034. Posts can also be sent to Telangana, India. Apart from this, the very first step, you can protect yourself by blocking and reporting that contact on WhatsApp itself.