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Action on fake news related to Corona:The government asked social media platforms to remove 100 such posts and URLs; Twitter deleted many posts

Taking strict action on the fake news related to Corona, the government has asked social media platforms to remove 100 such posts and URLs. Its effect has also been shown. Twitter has recently deleted several tweets through which misleading information was being spread on Corona. A Twitter spokesperson has given information about it on Sunday. He said that the accounts have not been blocked, they have been informed about the action via mail. The government said that this action has been taken to spread fake news, not because we were being criticized.

Twitter said that the government had raised objections to several tweets and said that some people are spreading fake news through it. These include tweets by Medianama, Congress Lok Sabha MP Rewant Reddy, Bengal Minister Moloy Ghatak, actor Vineet Kumar Singh and two film makers.

Twitter said- Our priority is to stop misinformation.

Twitter said, “We are handling misinformation on Corona. For this we are using Product, Technology and Human Review and our efforts will continue. Is the priority. ‘

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On the other hand, the government has said on Twitter action that action has not been taken on these accounts because they were criticizing the government’s style of controlling the situation of Kovid. Rumors and fears were spreading in public through photographs and misinformation. The government said that many Twitter handles are criticizing the government for 24 hours, but we did not ask Twitter to block them.

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