Exclusive: Facebook targets harmful real networks, using playbook against fakesDisrupted · September 16, 2021 · 8:11 PM UTC
Facebook is taking a more aggressive approach to shut down coordinated groups of real-user accounts engaging in certain harmful activities on its platform, using the same strategy its security teams take against campaigns using fake accounts, the company told Reuters.
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