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मानें WhatsApp के नियम, वरना होगी कार्यवाही | Tech News | Tech Tak


WhatsApp, in an update on its FAQ page, wrote that it would take legal action against individuals and entities that send bulk messages or use WhatsApp for non personal purpose.

WhatsApp, over the course of past one year, has faced a lot of flak for being unable to contain the spread of bulk and misleading messages on its platfom. The company so far has relied on its system to ban the accounts that bulk or automated behaviour on its platform. But now the company is going a step further in its fight against the accounts that display such behaviour by suing the WhatsApp accounts associated with such behaviour.

Starting December 7, the Facebook-owned social messaging app will take legal action against individuals or companies that violate the app’s terms of use. “Beginning on December 7, 2019, WhatsApp will take legal action against those we determine are engaged in or assisting others in abuse that violates our Terms of Service, such as automated or bulk messaging, or non-personal use, even if that determination is based on information solely available to us off our platform,” WhatsApp wrote in its FAQ page titled Unauthorised Usage of WhatsApp.

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WhatsApp, in an update on its FAQ page, wrote that it would take legal action against individuals and entities that send bulk messages or use WhatsApp for non personal purpose.

WhatsApp, over the course of past one year, has faced a lot of flak for being unable to contain the spread of bulk and misleading messages on its platfom. The company so far has relied on its system to ban the accounts that bulk or automated behaviour on its platform. But now the company is going a step further in its fight against the accounts that display such behaviour by suing the WhatsApp accounts associated with such behaviour.

Starting December 7, the Facebook-owned social messaging app will take legal action against individuals or companies that violate the app’s terms of use. “Beginning on December 7, 2019, WhatsApp will take legal action against those we determine are engaged in or assisting others in abuse that violates our Terms of Service, such as automated or bulk messaging, or non-personal use, even if that determination is based on information solely available to us off our platform,” WhatsApp wrote in its FAQ page titled Unauthorised Usage of WhatsApp.

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