There are more than 1.5 billion people using WhatsApp, and sadly, some of them are your relatives spamming you with bad jokes and flowery ‘good morning’ messages. Then there are other kinds of spammers, bots, and people, who try to clutter your message box with automated messages. The company today released a whitepaper stating that it removes over two million such accounts every month, and 75 percent of that is a result of the app’s strong machine learning algorithm. In a session with journalists in India, the company’s software engineer, Matt Jones, explained that abusers use many techniques – including…

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