Facebook and Instagram's parent company Meta has taken complaints about violating the company's policy seriously.

New Delhi:

Social media company Meta's Facebook took action on 41 percent of the complaints received from users in April, while Instagram took action on 54 percent of the complaints, according to the company's latest Indian monthly data.

According to information provided by Meta, Facebook took action on less than one-quarter of users' complaints claiming that content posted on the Facebook platform was promoting pornography.

In Instagram's case, the platform responded to less than one-third of the complaints it received about violating the company's policy, which it claimed that the posts promoted content pornography.

The Meta Transparency Report shows that Facebook took action on 17 percent of complaints of other categories such as harassment or exploitation, about 18 percent of complaints of inappropriate or objectionable content and about 23 percent of complaints of fake accounts.