IAMAI with Social Media platforms to curb violations of Code of Ethics during polls
Social Media platforms and IAMAI (Internet Mobile Association of India) have adopted a Voluntary Code of Ethics for the upcoming elections. As per this code, IAMAI and Social Media platforms, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Google will create a high priority dedicated reporting mechanism and appoint dedicated teams during the polls for taking expeditious action on any reported violations. The code will also facilitate transparency in paid political advertisements.
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Topics: Code of Ethics • Digital media • Facebook • Google Search • IAMAI with Social Media • Internet and Mobile Association of India • Operating systems • Social media • Twitter • WhatsApp • World Wide Web
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