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Whatsapp second phase campaign starts to stop fake news

USNMix Report: Another campaign of Whatsapp
to stop Fake News.

Instant messaging app, Whatsapp has started its second phase of campaign 'share joy, not rumor' to curb Fake News. This campaign is also being run in Regional Language. This campaign of Whatsapp will be played on social media platforms besides TV, print and radio. The statement from Whatsapp said that general elections are going on in India in April 2019. Whatsapp has not started to share its second phase of 'happiness, rumor'.

Google voluntarily signed it
The campaign of the first phase has reached millions in rural and urban areas. The second phase of the campaign of Whatsapp is focused on a safe election process. After the dissemination of false news from the Whatsapp platform, due to the incidents of mob violence, he is constantly in the midst of criticism.
Whatsapp second phase campaign starts to stop fake news
The prominent social media companies Facebook, Twitter and Google have voluntarily signed that their platform will not be allowed to be used for the spread of fake news during the general elections.

Abhijit Bose, chief of Whatsapp India, said, "It is our priority to work with the Election Commission and local partners for safe elections. We will make people aware that they can easily identify malicious messages through our campaign. ' This campaign has been started in 10 languages English, Hindi, Bangla, Kannada, Telugu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam and Tamil.

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