PIB’s have Twitter handle It has been said that the message spread on social media, which gave information about the ‘tick’ sign of WhatsApp, is completely fake. The tweet also assured that the government was not doing anything to track the message. PIB has asked people to stay away from such fake messages.
For those of you who are unaware of this viral message, tell them that this fake message went viral, “WhatsApp has implemented a new system so that users can know how the government is monitoring the message being sent or the government can take action on this message. No. The message also mentions the number and color of the ticks.
According to fake messages, if the user has three blue ticks in the sent message, it means that the government is monitoring his message. If there are two blue and one red tick, it means the sender can act against them. If one blue and two red ticks arrive, it means the government is examining the sender’s data. Eventually, if three red ticks appear, the government has started the process and the sender will receive a summons from the court.
However, the PIB has made it clear in its tweet that the government is not doing anything like this and this viral message is completely fake. Explain that WhatsApp is end-to-end encrypted, so neither the government nor even WhatsApp can read messages from users.