A think-tank based in New Delhi has filed a petition in India's Supreme Court accusing WhatsApp of breaching certain local rules, even as the Facebook-owned company is under pressure over a spate of deaths caused by rumours being spread through the platform.
WhatsApp has told India that it will create tools to fight "sinister" messages and help the authorities to stop the flood of hate that has been spread over the app leading to deaths in the country.
Telecom operators in India have been asked to devise methods of blocking Facebook and WhatsApp in the event that these applications are misused, Reuters reports.
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