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Google deleted the data of crores of people, is it yours in this?

Photo:AP Google deleted the data of crores of people

Highlights

  • Action taken under India’s new IT rules 2021
  • 528,846 accounts have been deleted by Google
  • More focus on removing sexual content

Google Data: Google Has deleted the data of millions of people in a jiffy. so him Indian government Had to follow the rule of. Under India’s new IT Rules 2021, 1,11,493 bad content has been deleted from its platform. Google has taken this step due to 32,717 complaints filed by users across the country.

How Google Hammered Content

Content removed by Google was related to copyright infringement, trademark, court order, graphic sexual content and fraud. The company in its statement to ANI said that the complaints include several categories. Some have been accused of infringement of intellectual property rights, while others are content with defamation and violation of local laws.

More focus on removing sexual content

Keeping in mind the rules of the government, 528,846 accounts have been deleted. We are making every effort to capture and remove the harmful content. Sometimes our technology automatically catches it. The company is working to stop sexual and violent content related to children. In future also, it will be our endeavor not to upload any kind of Violation content on the sites. We will continue to do our best for this.

The company is investing a lot of money to remove harmful content from the Internet. She is also working on creating new technology for this. so that it can be easily tracked.

Google introduced new features for its users

Google Maps is going to launch Street View feature in India. After the introduction of this feature, people will be able to find the landmark of a particular street sitting at home. Accessing this feature is quite easy. One just has to open the Google Maps app. After that zoom in on a street in any city and click on the area that the user wants to see. In this, any street, restaurant or road can be seen. This feature will help the traveler navigate and explore in a precise manner.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an Indian based entrepreneur who is a tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree on Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV, Branding Panther and many more.
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