Meta took action against 27 million posts on Facebook and Instagram.
The company has taken action against 1.73 crore spam content on Facebook.
Action has also been taken on 27 lakh posts related to adult nudity and sexual activity.
New Delhi. Social media giant Meta said in its monthly transparency report that it took action against 27 million posts on Facebook and Instagram in July. The company has taken this action under the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021. According to the report, the company has taken action against 25 million posts on Facebook and 20 lakh posts on Instagram.
The company said that it has taken action against 1.73 crore spam content on Facebook. While action has been taken on 27 lakh posts related to adult nudity and sexual activity. Apart from this, the company has also taken action on 23 lakh violent and graphic content related posts.
Complaints were received on Facebook and Instagram
It has been said in the report that META itself has identified 9.98 lakh dangerous organizations, individuals and content related to terrorism and have taken action against them. According to the report, Meta found that most of the posts on Instagram were in violation of its policy on posts related to suicide, self-injury, adult nudity, sexual activity and violence. Not only this, the company received 626 complaints on Facebook and 1,033 for Instagram posts.
185 users complained about account being hacked
The company said that between July 1 and 31, we received 626 reports on Facebook, and we responded to 100 percent of these 626 reports. During this, 185 users complained about their account being hacked. They were unable to access the paid or group they were managing. META reviewed another 23 reports and acted on 9, while no action was taken against 14 reports.
fake profile complaint
Similarly in case of individual complaints on Instagram, Meta provided tools to users to resolve their issues in 945 cases. A total of 705 users on Instagram complained about their fake profiles and 639 of them were taken action by Meta. Also, 715 Instagram users complained about their account being hacked and action was taken on 167 complaints. The report said that out of the other 88 reports where specific review was required, we reviewed the content in accordance with our policies and acted on a total of 35 reports. Meta did not take action against the remaining 53 reports on Instagram.