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Facebook shuts down more than 500 million fake accounts

SBS Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Facebook shuts down more than 500 million fake accountsFacebook says it has shut down more than half a billion accounts.
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In today's major tech news, Facebook deletes 583 million fake accounts, Twitter uses behavioral signals to beat trolls and HTC's first-ever blockchain phone.

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