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Users terrorized, Qlue Share Tips Checks Safely

Qlue, social media application that offers features to help people communicate with the public or private that the public interest was not always greeted positively.

According to reports circulating in this application, it turns out there are a number of parties who do not like the way through Qlue reporting.

Some cases are even doing a direct confrontation with the complainant. The anonymous source said, there are more than 10 cases that reveal Qlue users have terrorized or intimidated by the reported party.

When contacted Tekno, CEO Qlue Rama Raditya said that it can not be sure what kind of case. In this case, Qlue actually only provides applications to connect residents with local authorities or communities.

Nevertheless, he said that in fact there are several ways of reporting in order to avoid unwanted things. The first way is to make sure the condition of the village that will be reported. That is, as far as possible recognize the complainant reported the village area.

“Reporting should ensure conditions of villages which will be reported in advance. As much as possible, to know the real problem around the village, because each region would have its own problems,” he said.

Ensuring the conditions around the time of reporting has also become more important points. Another way is also important to avoid reporting on sensitive. Where possible, users should not upload issues that are sensitive in nature.

“Sometimes there are reported with a provocative tone, should avoid such a manner to prevent unwanted things,” he continued.

However, he said any such case is not supposed to make users Qlue be reluctant to report. Therefore, this platform was created to bring a change in society. If there is a problem in an area, the concerned parties is expected to be more open.

“Qlue made to invite the community to actively build and bring changes in the surroundings. Therefore, related parties is expected to be more receptive to the report and not consider it as a threat,” said the man graduated from Strayer University.