Twitter again banned more than 50 thousand Indian accounts, know the reason


Twitter again banned more than 50 thousand Indian accounts, know the reason: Twitter Has banned 52,141 accounts in India. The popular micro-blogging site banned thousands of these Indian accounts between August 26 and September 25 for promoting child sexual abuse and allied content. Along with this, Twitter has also banned 1,982 accounts on its platform in the country for promoting terrorism.

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The total number of complaints received by Twitter

Twitter has released its monthly report following the new IT Rules 2021. It said that it received 157 complaints from users in India between August 26 and September 25 through its grievance redressal mechanism and had taken action on 129 of those URLs.

Twitter said that in addition, it took action on 43 complaints, in which appeals were made to ban the Twitter account. All these were resolved and appropriate responses were sent.

Last month, Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal said that the responses received from Twitter on complaints of child pornography were incomplete and the commission was not satisfied with them. Maliwal had on September 20 summoned the Twitter India Policy Head and Delhi Police over tweets showing child pornography and rape videos of women and children on the micro-blogging platform.

These social media platforms have to report

Note that the new IT Rule 2021 Under this, social media platforms with more than 5 million (approximately 50 lakh) users are required to submit monthly compliance reports. Due to this, these social media platforms are banning many accounts every month.

Indian users have already been banned

This is not the first time Twitter has banned accounts. Earlier, 45,191 Indian users have been banned in the month of July for violating the company’s guidelines. This number is more than the previously banned accounts. In the month prior to July, a total of 43,140 accounts were banned by the company.