WhatsApp's term violations to bring legal troubles
Updated : June 13, 2019 04:25 PM IST
The company said WhatsApp is not intended to circulate bulk or automated messaging, both of which have always been a violation of their Terms of Service.
Earlier this year, the platform said that it had built a Machine Learning (ML)-based system to detect and remove users who behaved inappropriately on the app.
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