Under the new IT rules, large digital platforms (with more than 5 million users) will have to publish periodic compliance reports every month, detailing complaints received and action taken on them.
Next report on 15th July
Facebook said its next report would be published on July 15, detailing complaints received and action taken. Earlier this week, Facebook said it would publish an interim report on July 2 detailing the number of content removed. Actively during 15th May to 15th June. The final report will be published on July 15, detailing user complaints received and action taken.
Also read- Google Map misguided, had to go to Udaipur and was taken to a field full of mud!
Facebook removed this content
The July 15 report will also include data related to WhatsApp, which is part of Facebook’s family of apps. Other major platforms that have made their reports public include Google and domestic platforms. Facebook said in its report that it processed more than 30 million content across 10 categories from May 15 to June 15. This includes content related to spam (25 million), violent and graphic content (2.5 million), adult nudity, and sexual activity. Other categories under which the content was processed include bullying and harassment, suicide, dangerous organizations and individuals, terrorist propaganda, etc.