Facebook promises to improve detection of fake likes
Facebook announced that you upgraded to a component of its Social Network to detect and remove Fake likes and other forms of actions by bots. The update was performed on the system integration of Facebook now remove any content that benefits certain brands and users, such as buying likes or using malware to increase the popularity of a page.
The company claims that one of his goals is to ensure that the likes are made by real people and interested in something specific to the page content, and said that this move will allow more rigorous demographic analysis for brands, which easier to develop content will really relevant.
According to Facebook, the average number of likes removed at any page of your site is less than 1%, and estimated to reach suspicious accounts to 8.7% of the social network-a 83 million-of which the correspond to 4.8% and 3.5% duplicate accounts straight to false.
Link: Facebook updates system to detect fake integrity likes (SlashGear)Tags: Facebook, Fake, fake account, fake accounts, False, Social Network