ShareChat removed 2.6 million pieces of content in the month of June

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ShareChat removed approximately 2.6 million pieces of content, with users generated content (UGC)-violation of community standards accounting for the majority of takedowns, in the month of June.

“We review user reports that are sent to us and implement removal actions if the alleged content violates our community standards,” ShareChat stated. During June of this year, ShareChat received over 5 million (5,227,860) user reports. The most common reason for complaints was abusive language, which accounted for 24.53 percent of all reports. Sexually explicit content, spam, misinformation, illegal activities, violence, and fake profile complaints were among the most common user complaints. According to ShareChat’s monthly compliance report for June, the user reports include user profiles as well as individual content for violations of its policy standards.

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ShareChat removed 2.6 million pieces of content in the month of June

ShareChat removed approximately 2.6 million pieces of content, with users generated content (UGC)-violation of community standards accounting for the majority of takedowns, in the month of June.

“We review user reports that are sent to us and implement removal actions if the alleged content violates our community standards,” ShareChat stated. During June of this year, ShareChat received over 5 million (5,227,860) user reports. The most common reason for complaints was abusive language, which accounted for 24.53 percent of all reports. Sexually explicit content, spam, misinformation, illegal activities, violence, and fake profile complaints were among the most common user complaints. According to ShareChat’s monthly compliance report for June, the user reports include user profiles as well as individual content for violations of its policy standards.

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