Is the news real or fake? WhatsApp launches this special feature to check the facts
Facebook-owned company WhatsApp has partnered with Pointer Institute’s International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN). IFCN has launched its own chatbox on WhatsApp
New Delhi: WhatsApp has updated a special feature so that every user can now know fake or fake news. With this, users are now connected to fact checks from more than 70 countries.
Facebook-owned company WhatsApp has partnered with Pointer Institute’s International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN). IFCN has launched its own chatbox on WhatsApp.
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The chatbox number is +1 (727) 2912606. First you have to save this number in your contact list. Type ‘hi’ to start a chatbox. The IFCN chatbox has so far only been available in English. However the company may soon update this to other languages including Hindi, Spanish and Portuguese.
With the help of chatbot, users can check the facts, as well as get information about the news associated with the Corona virus. The system identifies users based on the country code.