The accounts posted content critical of Iran’s government and supportive of Mujahedeen-e-Khalq.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Centre asks citizens to be vigilant against fake UPI IDs on PM-CARES fund; Delhi Police initiates legal action
Some unscrupulous people are trying to make money by creating fake Unified Payments Interface (UPI) IDs of PM-CARES.
HC says it would lead to data of genuine account holders going 'unnecessarily' to foreign countries.
Facebook identified and removed 93 Facebook accounts, 17 Pages and four Instagram accounts for engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior.
Twitter suspended operations that appeared to be a coordinated state-backed effort originating in China.
Facebook is also using AI to identify personal ads, pictures, and videos that violate its regulations.
Twitter is under pressure to tackle its problem of fake users, which are a turn-off for investors.
Zuckerberg outlines the main efforts that Facebook is focused on to prevent election interference.
LinkedIn said it’s partnering with law enforcement agencies after uncovering fake LinkedIn profiles
Facebook has long been secretive about the details of how it runs its social network.
Several high-profile users were set to experience a drop in the number of their followers on Twitter
Over the years, Twitter has locked accounts when it detected sudden changes in account behaviour.
MyVoteToday in a poll asked people who they want to be silenced and listed names of CMs and others.
Twitter suspended more than 70 million accounts in May and June, and the pace has continued in July.
Facebook recently announced that it was using AI to remove posts from its platform
Myanmar's hardline monks to dodge bans on Facebook and target Rohingya Muslims using the social media platform
Facebook has designated several radical Buddhist groups like Ma Ba Tha and several prominent monks as "hate figures", blocking them from the platform.
Around two-to-three per cent of its 2.1 billion monthly users in the third quarter of 2017 were "user-misclassified and undesirable accounts", Facebook said.
Maharashtra revenue minister Chandrakant Patil on Tuesday said at least 10 lakh bank accounts of farmers are fake and will not get any benefit of the loan waiver.
Facebook has indicated that it will continue to support such requests.