Facebook Has Banned Billions of Fake Accounts in 2019
Facebook Has Banned Billions
of Fake Accounts in 2019 A new report from the social media site says
2.19 billion were deleted in this year's first quarter.
That's nearly a billion increase
from the last quarter of 2018
when 1.2 billion were wiped.
Business Insider reports there
are 2.38 billion monthly genuine users
on the platform who are active.
In a blog post, Facebook's VP of Integrity,
Guy Rosen, detailed the company's efforts
in getting rid of bad content.
Guy Rosen, via blog post Guy Rosen, via blog post Rosen adds that four million posts
were taken down due to hate speech.
That's up from 3.3 million
in the previous quarter.
Guy Rosen, via blog post