Whatsapp launches radio campaign to raise awareness of fake news

Whatsapp launches radio campaign to raise awareness of fake news
Whatsapp launches radio campaign to raise awareness of fake news

Whatsapp said late on Wednesday night that he is launching a campaign through radio in different states of the country, as part of efforts to ban the spread of fake news. He said that in this campaign, people will be asked to test their truth before sharing ahead of messages received as 'forward'. A spokesperson of the company said that this campaign will be started from 46 Hindi stations located in All India Radio, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The spokesperson said that it will now start in Hindi and in the next few weeks it is planned to start in other regional languages. In this, people will be asked to test their truth before forwarding a message.


Users will also be asked to report them if anything is found in the message. In this, users will also be told to exercise caution in forwarding the messages with false information, as doing so may have serious consequences. It is to be noted that since the cases of rioting and rioting in various parts of the country have been peet-beaten to death, whitspeed is being criticized. It is important that some days ago, Information and Broadcasting Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad's CEO, Whatsapp Chris Daniels has met in Delhi.

 In this meeting, the Union Minister had told the CEO of WTSAP that a corporate office should be made in India and appoint such people to whom the complaint can be made immediately. He said that if the Whatsapp does not do according to the law in India, then the abatement charge may take place. Along with this, the Watersup Training Program will also start.

Ravi Shankar Prasad told Chris Daniels that in the time of filthy and horrific message messages, there was a system of sharing information instantly and also know where these messages are being released. The data should be in India only. At the same time, RBI's rules will be valid for payment banks.
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