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WhatsApp has been attempting difficult for the last couple of years to stop the cycle of false information on the internet viral. It initially labeled forwarded emails as “transmitted” in this battle against misinformation and then restricted customers to just five occasions sending a signal.


The consumers can now see how many occasions a signal has already been forwarded in a latest advancement. In addition, a fresh forward icon will obviously display the data, if the signal is forwarded more than five occasions.

The data register showed only two kinds of data before the revision: “See” and “Released,” but a fifth type of data was now also inserted, i.e. “Released X moments.” The recent update is 2.19.230. This update is available.

A latest incident in India compelled WhatsApp to tackle the question as a matter of urgency.

In India, a town crowd murdered two people wearing wooden spears, machetes, and stones because of false media about the smuggling of children in WhatsApp. As a result, WhatsApp was appalled by the violence, which pledged an action. The most recent update for this update is 2.19.230.

Only the last person who transmits the message will be able to see the information on the info tab after this update, as long as less than four times the message is forwarded.

WhatsApp currently has no other way of monitoring the origin and diffusion of the 1.5 billion user base of videos, images and text.

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