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India’s deadly WhatsApp rumours

WhatsApp is the most popular app in India, with more than 200 million users. But it’s fast becoming a rumour factory that have led to mob violence. At least 30 people have recently been killed. And India's highest court has now asked the federal government to enact new laws to address the threat posed by social media posts. Guests: Govindraj Ethiraj Founder of Boom Live

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