Facebook has revealed that it believes there are now more than 83 million fake users on the social network.
In company filings published this week, it said 8.7 per cent of its 955 million active users might not be real.
Duplicate profiles made up 4.8 per cent of the fakes, user-misclassified accounts amounted to 2.4 per cent, and 1.5 percent of users were described as “undesirable”.
The estimate came at a time of growing concern about the value of marketing on the platform.
In total, the company said it estimated there were 83.09 million fake users, which it classified in three groups.
I have always questioned if the spirit of truth is available on Facebook.
I try to be careful when accepting friends requests. I always deny request from people who I do not know.
And whatever I write of FB, I should be able to say in public. By first telling the crowed, who I am.
Into your hands I commit my spirit; redeem me, O LORD, the God of truth.
God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth.”
It is not possible to be wordily and deceitful on Facebook, and claim to be a Bible obeying Christian in the analog realm of life.
Written by Ivar