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Facebook's 583 Million Fake Accounts Account For More Than A Quarter Of Active Users

May 16, 2018

Facebook's 583 million fake accounts account for more than a quarter of active users 

         Local time Tuesday, Facebook Community Standards implementation Report issued for the first time Community Standards Enforcement Report, disclose it in the first quarter of this year to delete junk posts and false accounts Facebook vice President of product management Guy Rosen (Guy Rosen) on the official company blog post, according to the first three months of this year the company shut down some 583 million false account $2.2 billion worth of Facebook

新西兰彩票网        On the active users of more than a quarter, most of them in several minutes after the registration was closed From January 1 to March 31, more than 6.5 million times a day on average false account registration attempt on Facebook said active number of users is as high as 2.2 billion if Facebook's artificial intelligence tools not kill these false account, only in just 89 days, the number of users will grow more than a quarter of Facebook has been more and more powerful facing growing pressure from parliament and the public opinion In April this year, Facebook

新西兰彩票网       CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) in the United States congressional testimony, promised to increase transparency and to take more social responsibility company Facebook because of false information and data leakage problem facing an increasingly strict regulation of false and automatic account also plagued the other popular services including Twitter and YouTube