Google removes 5,50,000 content pieces in India: Here’s know why | Mint – Mint
The overall complaints Google received in India consists of categories including infringement of intellectual property rights and violation of local laws prohibiting types of content on grounds such as defamation.
Moreover, several of these complaints the technology giant received from Indian users were related to copyright violations (35,649), while other categories included trademark, court order, graphic sexual content, and others.
Google said in its monthly compliance report, “In addition to reports from our users, we invest heavily in fighting harmful content online and use technology to detect and remove it from our platforms.”
The technology giant stated that as part of its automated detection process, it removed a total of 5,51,659 accounts in India.
Google adds, “We invest heavily in fighting harmful content online and use technology to detect and remove it from our platforms. This includes using automated detection processes for some of our products to prevent the…
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