Facebook and Google have begun the process of complying with the new IT rules imposed on social media.
The companies began operations hours before the federal government’s new rules went into effect.
Last February, the federal government asked companies such as Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram to appoint a chief operating officer, a special licensing officer and a secret detective to deal with their users’ complaints. Posted on the 25th.
It took social media 3 months to comply. The report also said that action would be taken against companies that did not comply with the ban. If so, the deadline is Tuesday (May 25).
In this case, Facebook and Google have made it clear that they have begun to comply with the new rules. A Google spokeswoman said: “We are taking steps to comply with the existing legal provisions on which Google products operate.
However, they did not specify how the new rules, which will take effect on Tuesday, will be complied with. However, informed sources said that they have initiated proceedings such as voluntary verification, deletion of registration documents within 24 hours and setting up of a mechanism to resolve user complaints within a specified time.
No answer: Meanwhile, the Suttoor and Katsevi post offices have not commented on the new rules.
According to the government, there are 53 crore Kachevi mail users, 44.8 crore YouTube users, 41 crore Facebook users, 21 crore Instagram users and 1.75 crore reference users in India.
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